Sunday, September 19, 2004

Gholam Shire'i: Iran Will Stop Enrichment If It Deems It Necessary

Gholam Shire'i: Iran Will Stop Enrichment If It Deems It Necessary Persian Journal Latest Iran News, news Tehran Iranian News persian news web site sport irani news iranians site farsi women sport woman, newspaper football: "Gholam Shire'i: Iran Will Stop Enrichment If It Deems It Necessary

Gholam Shire'i mullah-run majlis Speaker here yesterday said Iran will assess the necessity of uranium enrichment in its nuclear plans and will stop only if deemed necessary.

Talking to reporters about the recent resolution adopted by the International Atomic Energy Agency's Board of Governors, Gholam Shire'i said an order to suspend uranium enrichment contradicts the agency's articles of association.

"What is important for Iran, is safeguarding the national interests. The IAEA cannot obligate a country to do something against its articles of association," he said. Referring to recent actions taken by France, Britain, and Germany in the Board of Governors, he said Iran is disappointed in the Europeans' behavior. Asked about a statement which MPs are to issue Sunday on the Board of Governors' resolution, the speaker noted that the statement represents the viewpoints of deputies and is not the official stance of the Majlis.

Gholam Shire'i also praised the Iranian delegation to the Board of Governors, saying the measures adopted by Iran's representatives lowered the pressures. Referring to a possible joint meeting between the Majlis and cabinet, Gholam Shire'i said, "It is not necessary for the Majlis to meet with the government. "People are quite informed and will not accept any order which threatens the country's sovereignty and the Islamic Revolution. "This resolution inflicts no damage on the people," he stressed. "

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