Iran’s Might Increased by N. Success

A02804161.jpgMember of the Iranian parliament’s presiding board said that Iran’s giant and frequent successes in the acquisition of the nuclear fuel production cycle guarantee its power and might in the international arena. Speaking to FNA here on Monday, Mohsen Kouhkan elaborated on the national day of the nuclear technology and its influence on Iran’s nuclear diplomacy and said, “That Iran has named today as the ‘National Day of Nuclear Technology’ and has arranged nationwide celebrations on the occasion indicates Tehran’s transparent attitude towards its nuclear issues.”

He further stressed the peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear activities, which he said have been frequently approved by the officials of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), and continued, ” Iran’s giant and frequent successes in the acquisition of the nuclear fuel production cycle guarantee its power and might in the international arena.”

The lawmaker also mentioned that the country’s progress in civilian nuclear technology reinforces stability of the state and cements its bases, and stressed that Iran’s nuclear progress increases its bargaining merits in the international bodies.

He noted the negative propaganda and psychological war launched against Iran’s peaceful nuclear activities by the western countries, and stressed, “Presence of the ambassadors of foreign countries in today’s nuclear celebrations has a message for the West meaning that Iran is conducting peaceful nuclear activities and is decisive to continue the present path to full access to civilian nuclear energy.”

The MP called on the West to accept the very reality that Iran has now joined the world nuclear club, and concluded, “The statements released by the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) and Muslim states indicate the fact that the previous consensus against Iran does no longer exist.”

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