President: IAEA reports removed all ambiguities
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
Tehran, Dec 11, IRNA
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Tuesday that the reports released by International Atomic Energy Agency (on November 15) removed the ambiguity about Iranian nuclear program.
He told a press conference in Tehran that with the US intelligence report on Iran, there is no room for any ambiguities and now the ground is well-prepared to proceed with constructive cooperation with the UN nuclear agency.
Although the IAEA and the US intelligence have released reports acknowledging Iran's peaceful nuclear activities but certain member of the group 5+1 try to draft another UNSC resolution against Iran, said a reporter adding what Iran's reaction will be?
The president said the report issued by US intelligence community put seal of approval of on civilian nature of Iran's nuclear activities.
"Generally, we assess the move as 'positive' and believe that if they take another one or two steps forward, the situation would become different and the ground for resolve of regional conflicts will be well prepared."
On US objection to recent oil contract between Iran and China and the current level of ties between Tehran and Beijing, he said the US opposition is quite natural and "we do not heed them."
"We pay no attention to such views and we are confident in pursuing our path," underlined the president.
Existing ties between Iran and China is friendly and constructive, pointed out the president.
Trade between Iran and China excluding investment projects will hit over dlrs 20 billion a year, he said.
Iran and China agreed to increase current level of trade exchange to its maximum, said the president.
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