Iran unsatisfied with latest IAEA report
The new Majlis Speaker in Iran, Ali Larijani, on Wednesday voiced concern over what he called "mysterious" US meddling with Iranian interaction at the International Atomic Energy Agency. "A mysterious diplomatic give-and-take is underway between US and the UN nuclear agency to bring baseless allegations against Iran," he said in his first reaction to a report IAEA Director-General Mohamed ElBaradei released on May 27.
Addressing the Majlis formal session, he said, "The Majlis will not allow such a deception to be made." "If such a trend continues, the 8th Majlis will intervene in the case and set a new line for cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency," he said, according to IRNA.
He regretted that several articles of ElBaradei's latest report have been written in an ambiguous way.
The IAEA has admitted that all nuclear substances of the enrichment fuel factory and the heavy water plant are under the agency's supervision, Larijani stressed. The report has also stressed that no sign of enrichment-related reprocessing activities have been witnessed in Iran's installations and that the agency is monitoring the country's heavy water-related activities by satellite pictures, Larijani noted.
He urged the IAEA to issue law-based reports and not to be trapped by disinformation.