A committee is due to be formed at the Islamic Consultative Assembly to follow up on the technical issues of Iran’s nuclear activities and plans, Rapporteur of the Iranian parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Kazem Jalali said here on Monday. Jalali said that the committee would serve as an inter-commission committee assigned to follow-up on the technical and specialized nuclear issues as well as construction of nuclear power plants.
Meantime, he stressed that the committee would not deal with the political aspects of Iran’s nuclear activities and plans.
“This committee merely pursues technical issues and is not involved with the political aspects at all,” Jalali stressed.
He also added that the country’s nuclear issues are mainly followed up by the parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy commission and that the said committee is formed in order for the commission to be able to make use of the experiences of those MPs who are nuclear experts as well.
The lawmaker said that members of this newly formed committee will be invited to the meetings of the National Security and Foreign Policy commission to provide the commission members with their expert views and consultations.