AEOI chief expects powerful reasoning by nuclear negotiators
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
Jul 1, 2022
Isfahan, IRNA -- Mohammad Eslami, the chief of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI), has said that he waits for rational and powerful reasonings by the Iranian nuclear negotiating team to pave the ground for the revival of the 2015 nuclear deal and removal of anti-Iran sanctions.
Speaking in a ceremony to commemorate the martyrs of Tir 7th (June 28) and mark 17,000 martyrs of terrorism in Isfahan on Thursday night, Eslami wished for success for the Iranian nuclear negotiating team in their attempt to pave the way for lifting anti-Iran sanctions.
Iran has been tasked to allow inspection of its nuclear facilities since about 20 years ago in order to promote a confidence-building process, but in the recent round of negotiations in Vienna, Austria, the Zionist regime alleged that they had stolen documents from Iran and revealed a part of them in every occasion, while 16 intelligence agencies confirmed that Iran does not have any nuclear activity for non-civilian purposes.
Pointing to 17,000 martyrs, the official said that some spies started their work as agents of the global arrogance around 20 years ago and tried to propagate the fake claim that Iran is seeking to manufacture an atomic bomb; therefore, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has decided to supervise Iranian nuclear program.
The enemies named some points in Iran, such as Lavizan, Parchin, and southern Tehran, but the alleged activities were dismissed and the process ended up in nuclear negotiations, he added.
Numerous Iranian authorities have participated in 20-year negotiations and reached an accord officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), he noted.
All alleged issues such as accusations of covert and military activities concerning the nuclear program of Iran have been solved and the IAEA confirmed that the Islamic Republic does not have any military or covert nuclear activity and the other side promised to lift all anti-Iran sanctions, Eslami argued.
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