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Publish Date : 2021/02/22 01:55
What is the Director General of IAEA looking for during his visit to Iran?
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What is the Director General of IAEA looking for during his visit to Iran?


Rafael Grossi traveled to Tehran, claiming to be working for what is called the IAEA's responsibility in the field of world nuclear security. Despite Iran's agreement to the trip, his behavior can be considered a continuation of the IAEA's double standards.

NOURNEWS - Rafael Grossi, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, arrived in Tehran for the second time in six months at his own request on Saturday, March 2nd.

Technical issues and executive arrangements for the cessation of extra-supervisory oversight contained in the Additional Protocol are among the topics of discussion during this visit.

Iran has formally notified the Agency of the steps it will take to reduce its obligations under paragraphs 26 and 36, and Grossi's visit to Iran, which reflects Iran's willingness to continue cooperating with the IAEA, will take place within that framework.

According to the provisions of the JCPOA, and given the Western obligations, Iran has the right to reduce its obligations under JCPOA. However, from the very beginning of the five steps to reduce its obligations, the Islamic Republic has informed the IAEA of all the steps and has continued its cooperation with this institution on an ongoing basis.

Iran's commitment comes at a time when some countries, including the Zionist regime, not only do not actively cooperate with the IAEA, but are continuing their covert nuclear activities in earnest, based on leaked news from within the regime and based on accurate satellite images.

Recent reports from within the regime indicate the development of the Dimona nuclear site in the occupied territories without IAEA oversight.

To put it better; Comparing Iran's performance with other nuclear facility owners, clearly shows which countries pose a threat to global security and which countries comply with international principles and regulations.

On the other hand; Grossi's presence in Tehran sends a message to the world that Iran, along with continuing to work with the IAEA under the NPT, refuses to relinquish its nuclear rights and intends to add an additional protocol due to illegal US actions and European countries' negligence. To stop what has been done voluntarily so far in the framework of protection of rights.

The point is that; According to the NPT, the IAEA and other member states are required to provide services to enable Iran to acquire the nuclear knowledge and achievements that it has so far refused to implement.

It is expected that Iran's honesty and commitment will increase the responsibility of the Agency and other Member States to fulfill their obligations to Iran and to respect Iran's reciprocal rights in this regard.

Rafael Grossi traveled to Tehran, claiming to be working for what is called the IAEA's responsibility in the field of world nuclear security. Despite Iran's agreement to the trip, his behavior can be considered a continuation of the IAEA's double standards.

The IAEA has expressed concern over Iran's suspension of implementation of the Additional Protocol, saying it has not yet taken serious action on its obligations to counter the production and proliferation of other nuclear weapons.

The oversight of the Zionist regime's covert nuclear activities, the failure to address the Saudi regime's dubious nuclear activities, the modernization of the US and some European nuclear weapons, such as Britain and France, are manifestations of the IAEA's inaction and dual behavior.

These behaviors, in addition to failing to maintain the secrets of the core members, especially Iran, which our representative recently objected to by sending a public letter, have created many ambiguities in the IAEA's sincerity, the continuation of which could sacrifice the credibility of this international body to political tendencies.


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