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The 28 page final document of the ministerial conference

IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency

New York, May 29, IRNA -- Final session of 2010 NPT Review Conference after a few delays began at three thirty pm Friday, New York local time (early Saturday morning, Tehran time).

According to IRNA reporter at the UN, most of the reporters and the participating countries’ representatives are eager to know Iran’s viewpoints on the final document of the conference.

Proof for that is the rushing of the world media representatives towards the ambassador and permanent representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the IAEA Ali-Asghar Soltaniyeh when he arrived at the UN General Assembly Hall, asking him about Iran’s viewpoints about the matter.

But Soltaniyeh in response to all their questions merely sufficed in replying, “Just be patient!”

He entered Iran’s stand at the General Assembly Hall after uttering that short sentence, waiting for the conference’s last session to begin in a few minutes officially.

The NPT Review Conference began on Monday May 3rd, and ends on Saturday May 29th, Tehran time.

Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahamdinejad attended the opening session of the conference and gave an address inclusive of 11 proposals of the Islamic Republic of Iran regarding the global nuclear disarmament. He was the only head of state at the gathering attended by the US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the UN Secretary General Ban in Moon.

The 28-page final document of the ministerial conference, inclusive of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s proposal for declaring the Middle East as a nuclear missiles free zone by the year 2012 is to be put to vote at this session. The proposal has the support of many countries, including the United States, and is naturally disliked by the Zionist regime.

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End News / IRNA / News Code 1142724



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