Iran confident nuclear case won't go to UN Security Council
Iran's government spokesman Abdollah Ramezanzadeh said Monday that tehran would by no means exceed the contents of
the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and its Additional Protocol.
Addressing reporters at his weekly briefing, the spokesman said, according to IRNA, that Iran "expects others to fulfill their commitments too and help Iran find access to nuclear technology for peaceful purposes, although no one has yet assisted Iran in this regard," conveyed Ramezanzadeh.
He further reiterated Tehran`s readiness to let the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) observe its nuclear activities within the frameworks of NPT and its Additional Protocol. Asked whether he believed that Iran`s case would be referred to the UN Security Council, the spokesman said that in light of the recent contacts and the tone of the IAEA`s latest report, there would not be such problem. (albawaba.com)
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