As is known, on Friday, February 22 a.c. Mister. Mohamed ElBaradei, the Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, presented the report on Iran’s nuclear nuclear activities. Given the importance of this subject and its reflection at the international level, I have decided to inform you of the above-mentioned report, IAEA cooperation and Iran’s position.
Mr ElBaradei’s report states that there is no evidence of a possible breach of the stated purposes of nuclear activities, which confirms the legitimacy of the actions of the Islamic Republic of Iran and presents the world after four years of scandal; and media intoxication, the real image of this subject. At the same time, this has led to the demolition of numerous accusations made against Iran. Mr ElBarade’s latest report, as well as the resolution of the massive problems, indicate a normalization of the Iranian nuclear program.
Solving the remaining problems and confirming Iran’s statements about its nuclear activities in the past is truly a victory for the Iranian nation. The confirmation by the Agency of the legitimacy of the nuclear program, without the slightest compromise in the exercise of its rights, is also an achievement of the Iranian nation. Resistance in the euphoria of the Iranian people, who did not make the slightest step back, was the key to this victory. This report demonstrates the nature of Iran’s nuclear activities and indicates that the Iranian nuclear program is a legal, transparent, accountable and predictable country, and attests to the fact that Iran has shown transparency regarding concerning the application of international regulations and commitments. Given this, the Iranian nuclear issue is considered to be concluded.
The use of atomic energy for peaceful purposes, the Non-Proliferation Treaty and the IAEA
In order for the peaceful use of atomic energy to become a basis for international cooperation, it is of utmost importance to promote and strengthen the role played by the NPT and the IAEA.
The re-consolidation of the Agency’s position and the NPT, as in any treaty or organization, is only achievable to the extent that a balance is created between the obligations they impose and the rights they confer . The Non-Proliferation Treaty is the cornerstone of the policy on non-proliferation of nuclear weapons. This treaty addresses three main issues: nuclear non-proliferation, nuclear disarmament, and cooperation on the peaceful use of nuclear energy. Unfortunately, some countries that did not comply with their commitments in nuclear weapons, in none of the three aspects:
1. These States themselves contribute to the proliferation of nuclear weapons
2. With regard to disarmament, there has been no significant progress
3. With regard to cooperation in the field of civil nuclear energy, not only did they reinstate their commitments under the non-proliferation treaty, but also deal with these issues in an unlawful, threatening, create many obstacles to scientific, scientific and scientific efforts in other countries.
The Islamic Republic of Iran is a member of the NPT and of the Agency, we have fulfilled our obligations under the Safeguards Agreement and, to the same extent as we have complied with these obligations, insist that we be granted the rights we are told, it is a reasonable and reasonable wish of our people.