دوشنبه ۲ اسفند ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۱۱:۰۱
“If international treaties to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons have any power, now is the time to flex it on Iran,” the New York Times writes on Monday in an editorial. “In light of (Iran’s) new belligerence and its failure to cooperate with the IAEA, Europe should overcome its qualms about referring the Iranian nuclear issue to the United Nations Security Council,” it adds. “Russia should continue to refrain from delivering fuel for Iran’s Russian-built nuclear power reactor until Tehran renounces uranium enrichment and fully cooperates with the IAEA. China should order its companies not to cooperate with Iranian enrichment or bomb-making efforts, and should urge North Korea and Pakistan to impose similar bans,” the Times writes.