In an interview with IRNA on Sunday, Zohreh Elahian, a member of the Iranian Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission, said that the IAEA BoG adopted the resolution while Iran had the highest level of cooperation with the agency based on transparency, goodwill, and peaceful activity.
The IAEA passed a resolution in a BoG meeting this week, accusing Iran of insufficient cooperation with the IAEA on traces of nuclear materials in three locations.
The IAEA responded to the goodwill by a resolution that accuses Iran of lack of cooperation, Elahian said, while the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) was cooperating with the UN nuclear watchdog beyond the Strategic Measure act passed by Iran’s Parliament to limit the cooperation.
The “biased” resolution was influenced by the Zionists’ lobby, she noted, adding that Iran no more needs to continue showing goodwill beyond the Strategic Measure Act.
Members of the Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission agreed in unison in a session this week that Iran’s cooperation with the IAEA be cut to a minimum, some surveillance cameras be turned off, enrichment be accelerated, and new centrifuges be installed.
The lawmaker said that the Zionist lobby is trying to obstruct the negotiations between Iran and the P4+1 and open a new case against Iran.
The IAEA should be informed that Iran wouldn’t yield to sanctions and force and wouldn’t let its nuclear rights be violated while keeping up its nuclear program on the peaceful path.
She called for a revision in the Vienna talks, saying that Iran shouldn’t walk back until the other party shows goodwill.
Iran should take measures to make the other party pay a cost for their irrational decisions, as those decisions have imposed an expense on Iran, Elahian emphasized.
Elahian also said that the government shouldn’t wait for the talks in Vienna to bear fruit; it should leverage all domestic capacities and the youth the neutralize the sanctions.
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