Sunday, January 15, 2006

President Ahmadinejad :Western states do not allow IAEA to install cameras on nuclear sites

Iran asks International Atomic Energy Agency to install its cameras on nuclear sites of certain Western states which are accusing Iran of violating Safeguards Agreement of the Agency, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Saturday.

He told a press conference that Iran has never violated Safeguards Agreement of the UN nuclear agency and cameras of the nuclear watchdog have been installed on all Iranian nuclear sites to monitor them.

"Iran asks the UN nuclear agency to install its cameras on nuclear sites of the Western states which have embarked on propaganda campaign against Iranian nuclear program. We know they will not allow the UN nuclear agency to do so. They don't believe in international conventions. The world public opinion knows that they are making mockery of themselves," President Ahmadinejad said.

He said that Iranian nuclear program is transparent and in line with Safeguards Agreement of the IAEA, but, none of the Western states accusing Iran of violating Safeguards Agreement of the UN nuclear agency respects IAEA regulations.

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