News ID : 65587
Publish Date : 2021/04/13 20:48
Why is the International Atomic Energy Agency not fulfilling its duty to protect Iran?
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Why is the International Atomic Energy Agency not fulfilling its duty to protect Iran?


Iran's constructive engagement with the IAEA on various issues and paving the way for success of the Director-General and the IAEA, under the influence of the Director-General's provocative remarks and inappropriate response to nuclear terrorism against Iran, may be limited, especially since Tehran has repeatedly openly stressed its opposition to any pressure.

NOURNEWS - On Sunday, April 11, during a subversive act, the activities of the Martyar Ahmadi-Roshan Complex in Natanz enrichment facilities were stopped due to a disruption in the electricity network.
Immediately after the news of this incident was published, the Zionist and Western media in a large volume announced this action as a cyber operation by Tel Aviv.
The United States and the Zionist regime have previously tried to disrupt the nuclear activities of our country in joint operations, including the assassination of scientists and the sabotage of Iranian facilities.
The important point in this case and all the previous ones, especially about the assassination of nuclear scientists, is the completely neutral and suspicious behavior of the International Atomic Energy Agency, and in particular its Director General, who at best suffices to express diplomatic positions and in no way even condemns these terrorist acts.
However, according to the IAEA Charter, in addition to its oversight role, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has a duty to safeguard its members' capacity to safeguard its nuclear assets.
Given that there are many reasons for Tel Aviv and Washington to be involved in such terrorist acts against the Iranian people, and that the current Director-General of the Agency, Rafael Grossi, clearly has undeniable inclinations toward the United States, it seems that such positions are rooted in these tendencies.
Furthermore, Rafael Grossi made provocative statements against the Islamic Republic of Iran in the weeks leading up to the start of a new round of meetings of the Joint Commission of JCPOA, beating the drum in support of Western aggression in the Iranian nuclear case.
Grossi, meanwhile, acknowledged Iran's cooperation and goodwill during two short-term trips to Tehran last winter, acknowledging that a proper mechanism had been reached with Tehran to resolve disputes.
The Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, who traveled to Tehran a few days before the end of the March 25 deadline on Iran at his suggestion, introduced himself as an effective figure in the position of the Director General of the IAEA by dissolving our country from implementing the resolution of the Iranian parliament, but returning to Vienna he did the opposite of what he had insisted in Tehran.
This gross behavior, which is being carried out more than anything under pressure from the West, especially the United States, shows that the International Atomic Energy Agency, contrary to its technical and legal nature, is unable to maintain neutrality and distance itself from political action and is unable to maintain its position against the will of the oppressive powers.
The point is that Iran's constructive engagement with the IAEA on various issues and paving the way for success for the Director-General and the IAEA can be limited by the Director-General's provocative remarks, especially since Tehran has repeatedly made it clear that it will resist any pressure.
The history of Iran's relations with Westerners and organizations such as the IAEA clearly shows that whenever they interacted in a non-imposed atmosphere, Tehran also cooperated with them the most based on its legal and international responsibility, as in the case of JCPOA. Several previous CEOs have endorsed this statement.
Accordingly, it is clear that the role of the defense attorney of a party to the dispute by the director general of the organization, who must act impartially and judge, will not naturally lead him and his organization, at least in the case of Iran, to a more complicated outcome.

BY: Mohammad Ghaderi


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