Iran envoy blasts US, EU for silence against Israel's sabotage acts

  September 28, 2021   News ID 4223
Iran envoy blasts US, EU for silence against Israel's sabotage acts
Iran’s permanent envoy in Vienna-based international organizations said on Monday that the agency, America and three European countries must know they cannot remain silent about Israel’s terrorists act and not block them, and meanwhile ask for continuation of agency cameras’ presence at sabotaged facilities by terrorists.

Vienna, SAEDNEWS: Kazem Gharibabadi made the remarks reacting to the arguments of the representatives of the United States and three EU countries. He reiterated that when the monitoring facilities of the agency are destroyed by the Zionist regime, you should not expect Iran to fix them again free of charge for the agency and the countries that have claims.

He said that Iran’s recent agreement with the agency has been fully implemented within the agreed period of time.

“The Islamic Republic of Iran, too, will monitor the nature of reaction to its displayed good will and will at each phase adopt an appropriate decision and act accordingly,” added Gharibabadi.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) yesterday (on Monday) issuing a report announced: From September 20 to 22 Iran permitted the IAEA inspectors to service the agency’s supervision facilities and replace their memory cards at entire necessary points in Iran, except the workshop for production of centrifuges in Tesa, Karaj.

Gharibabadi had earlier said that the report presented by the IAEA managing director was not precise as it was beyond the reached agreements in the joint communique.

“The joint communique on September 12 between the head of Atomic Energy Organization (AEOI) and the IAEA, based on Iran’s good will and aimed at replacing the memory cards of the defined facilities, was fully implemented. The agency’s moves aimed at achieving that goal were made from September 20 to 22,” he said.

Iran’s envoy to Vienna added that throughout the negotiations in Tehran and recently in Vienna it was clearly reiterated that since the security and judiciary research work on Tesa complex of Karaj still continues, the inspection facilities at that complex are not among the facilities that will be technically serviced.

“That was the reason why the phrase “the defined facilities” was used in the joint communique. Therefore, the September 26 report of the IAEA managing director was not precise and definitely beyond the reached agreements which are reflected in the joint communique,” he added (Source: IRNA).