Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad voiced Tehran’s preparedness to transfer its nuclear achievements to peace-seeking countries in line with the articles of association of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Addressing an inaugural ceremony marking the start of operation by the Middle-East’s greatest textile and clothes production factory in the northwestern province of Ardabil on Tuesday, the president noted Iran’s success in the different scientific and industrial fields, nuclear technology in particular, and said that the Islamic Republic has now established its nuclear rights.
“The Islamic Republic of Iran has conquered the peaks of nuclear science through resistance of the nation and the Supreme Leader as well as the efforts made by its scientists â€¦ and today not only have Iran’s nuclear rights been established, but also other world countries recognize these rights,” he said.
The president said that his country has passed through cumbersome conditions and embraced success in obtaining the nuclear know-how and that the opposition shown by certain states to Iran’s nuclear activities may not prevent Tehran from making further progress in nuclear grounds.
He further underlined his country’s preparedness to use its nuclear achievements to serve world peace and welfare, saying, “These achievements belong to all the world nations and we are ready to transfer our achievements to the IAEA member states in the form of educational courses and in line with the International Atomic Energy Agency’s articles of association.”
“Iran’s nuclear achievements belong to all those countries thinking of peace and welfare, and we are prepared to provide these achievements for those who hate war and aggression,” Ahmadinejad continued.
He also called on the West to revise approach towards Iran, saying that the unfair treatment of the Iranian nation by the western powers has caused Iranians’ distrust of the said states.