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Heshmatollah Falahatpisheh:

China, Russia fail to back Iran N-rights

Service : Politic
Tehran, Nov 21 (ICANA) – Deputy Chairman of Majlis (parliament) National Security and Foreign Policy Committee Heshmatollah Falahatpisheh says the latest resolution by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Iran's nuclear program indicates that China and Russia have failed to support Iran's nuclear rights.
Tuesday, November 22, 2011 2:22:26 PM
China, Russia fail to back Iran N-rights

The resolution made clear that Russia and China do not defend the nuclear rights of the Islamic Republic, as they are bargaining with the Western countries, said Falahatpisheh.

Falahatpisheh also pointed out that the Russian and Chinese envoys voiced little protest during the informal negotiations of the IAEA's Board of Governors, which was merely intended to increase the price of Sino-Russian bargaining chip in their dealings with the West.

Falahatpisheh said as long as the international organizations are a subsidiary of global powers, the US achieves its objectives by manipulating them.

On November 18, the Board of Governors passed a resolution on Iran's nuclear program, based on the Nov. 8 report by the agency's Director General Yukiya Amano, which Tehran has dismissed as "unfounded and unbalanced."

The resolution voices "deep and increasing concern" over Tehran's nuclear program.

Referring to the US' influence on Amano's report, Falahatpisheh said Washington explicitly asked the agency to exert pressure on Iran, and Amano carried out a political task in providing the report.

In his report, Amano claimed Iran had engaged in activities related to developing nuclear weapons before 2003, adding that these activities "may still be ongoing."

Prior to submitting his report, Amano paid a visit to Washington for talks with US officials, which has raised serious questions about its objectivity and sincerity.

The United States, Israel, and some of their allies accuse Tehran of pursuing military objectives in its nuclear program.

Yet, as a signatory to the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and a member of the IAEA, Iran has every right to develop and acquire nuclear technology meant for peaceful purposes.

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