Following my visit to Iran, I am now confident of the peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear activities, the last survivor of the nuclear blast in Nagasaki said, calling on the world people to trust the Islamic Republic’s atomic drives. “Prior to my visit to Iran I imagined that Iran seeks to produce nuclear bombs because Israel has such bombs, but I am now assured that Iran’s nuclear activities are peaceful,” Lui Chi Kavana said here on Wednesday.
“During these few days that I have spent in Iran I have spoken to many people and I have realized that Iranians are not seeking to produce atomic bombs and that Iran’s atomic energy is civilian and for peaceful purposes,” he said.
“Now I would like to tell the world people to trust the Iranian government,” he added.
“Similar to Japan, Iran is seeking a peaceful use of the nuclear energy,” he said, stressing that Iran’s nuclear issue should be resolved through negotiations and not through military actions.