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شنبه ۱۳ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۰۸:۲۳ - ۳ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

سخنگوي نيروهاي ائتلاف گفت در ميانجيگري با نيروي مقتدي صدر، براي جمهوري اسلامي نقشي وجود ندارد


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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiFriday, April 16, 2004 <b>US Coalition Denies Iran&apos;s Mediation Role in Najaf Stand-Off</b> • “We believe that there is no role for the Iranians to play as middlemen” to end the standoff between US-led coalition forces and the Mehdi Army militia loyal to radical Shiite cleric Moqtada Sadr in Najaf, according to a US coalition spokesman in Baghdad. In a meeting with the foreign ministry delegation who arrived in Baghdad on Wednesday, a US coalition official informed them that their mediation was unwelcome, Coalition spokesman Dan Senor said. “In fact we believe that the issue with Sadr and his militia should be resolved by Iraqis, not Iranians,” he added. Foreign minister Kamal Kharrazi, who on Wednesday had said the US had asked Iran for help to improve security in Iraq, said on Friday that the delegation headed by foreign ministry&apos;s director of Persian Gulf affairs Hossein Sadeghi was on “a fact finding mission. “How can one mediate between occupiers and the Iraqi people,” Kharrazi said. • President Khatami condemned the killing of Baghdad embassy&apos;s first secretary Khalil Naimi and blamed the escalation of violence in Iraq on “US negligence toward the realities and the sentiments of people in the region.” Naimi was gunned down on Thursday morning in his car, as he was leaving the Baghdad embassy compound. • In a statement read by a spokesman in Baghdad, the foreign ministry delegation said its mission was part of on-going and routine official exchanges with the Iraqi government, and had not been requested by anyone, and would not mediate in the Najaf standoff. • A member of the foreign ministry delegation linked Naimi&apos;s killing to the delegation&apos;s mission, according to the AFP. • Iraq welcomes Iran&apos;s efforts to return peace to Iraq, Iraqi foreign minister Hooshyar Zebari said. With the arrival of the Iranian delegation in Najaf, the conflicts have subsided, Iraqi TV reported. It showed images of the Iranian delegation in talks with Shiite Iraqi leaders. The success of the delegation&apos;s negotiations could eliminate the danger of confrontation between the US forces and Moqtada Sadr&apos;s militias, it said. • Defense minister Ali Shamkhani denied rumors that Moqtada Sadr would be given political asylum in Iran, according to Polish defense minister, who met with him in Warsaw today. • Tehran was pleased to receive a request from the US for help in Iraq, writes Paris daily <i>Le Monde</i>. The killing of the Iranian diplomat in Baghdad, right after an Italian hostage was murdered by his Iraqi captors and just as Bin Laden&apos;s offer of cease fire to Europe was aired by Arab TV channels, indicate a coordinated effort to divide the coalition forces, Paris daily <i>Liberation</i> writes. (Mir-Ali Hosseini) • The Iranian authorities are trying to carve out a role in Iraq for themselves, using kidnapping of foreigners and conflicts among Iraqi Shiites as excuses, Italian daily <i>La Republica</i> writes. Instability in Iraq is not in the interest of the Islamic Republic, <i>Corriere della Sera</i> writes. Tehran&apos;s strategy is to deepen the crisis in Iraq in order to postpone the June 30 transfer of power, Italian weekly <i>Panorama</i> writes. (Ahmad Ra&apos;fat, Rome) <b>Higher Oil Prices Drive Iran&apos;s GNP Growth</b> • The GNP grew by the rate of 7.5 percent in the fiscal year that ended on March 20, 2004, cabinet spokesman Abdollah Ramezanzadeh said, crediting President Khatami&apos;s economic policies for the growth, which was in fact driven by higher oil prices, and has been common in all oil producing countries. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) <b>Elected MPs Hold Conference On Election of The Next Majles Speaker</b> • In their second conference since the February 20 Majles elections, the elected conservative MPs formed a 15-man working group to discuss merits of the candidates for assumption of the speaker role in the next Majles. The elected MPs will select the speaker and his deputies from among a list of 34 candidates for the jobs, which the working group will draw from names suggested by the elected MPs. <b>UNHCR Asks Iran to Relax Push For Afghan Refugees&apos; Repatriation</b> • In meetings in Tehran during the past two days, the UN High Commissioner for the Refugees Ruud Lubbers convinced Iranian authorities to allow some of the refugees to stay, he announced in a press conference in Tehran. The interior ministry official in charge of the refugees had said by the end of the current fiscal year on March 20, 2005, no Afghan refugee would be allowed to stay in Iran. <b>Italian Communist Revival Party Protests Against Searches of MKO Offices</b> • Foreign relations spokesman of the Italian communist revival party&apos;s parliamentary bloc Raol Montovani criticized the Rome prosecutor for ordering searches of the offices and homes of the anti-regime group the Mojahedin Khalq Organization and its political arm the national resistant movement. Human rights activist and founder of the anti-capital punishment organization Hands Off Cain <b>Sergio Delia</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the prosecutors&apos; order may have been issued under pressure from the Italian government, which is hoping to use Iranian authorities&apos; help in obtaining the release of Italian hostages in Iraq. Italy may get those hostages released with the help of Iran, but would pay a heavy price for it, he says. (Ahmad Ra&apos;fat, Rome) <b>UN Inspectors Visit Arak&apos;s Heavy Water Plant</b> • Inspectors from the UN International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) visited the heavy water installations in Arak and a new IAEA mission will arrive in Iran before the next meeting of the IAEA board of governors next June, head of Iran&apos;s atomic energy organization Gholamreza Aghazadeh said. . مريم احمدي (راديو فردا): ائتلاف تحت رهبري آمريکا درعراق روز جمعه اعلام کرد در پايان دادن به درگيري بين نيروهاي آمريکا و سپاه مهدي به رهبري مقتدي صدر، روحاني شيعه، در شهر نجف، براي ايران نقشي وجود ندارد. دن سونور، سخنگوي نيرو هاي ائتلاف گفت به تقاضاي يک هيات ايراني ، يک نماينده ائتلاف با اعضاي هيات ايراني ملاقات کرده و به اطلاع آنها رسانده است که ميانجيگري ايران در بحران عراق مورد استقبال نيست. دن سونور به خبرنگاران گفت ما در رابطه با نقش آنها درعراق، پيام آشکاري برايشان فرستاديم، اين که در عراق نقشي سازنده داشته باشند، نه مخرب. اعتقاد ما بر اينست که براي ايران به عنوان واسطه اي بين ما و صدر، نقشي وجود ندارد. درواقع فکر مي کنيم مشکل با صدر وشبه نظاميان طرفدار اوبايد توسط عراقيها حل و فصل شود نه ايرانيها. يک مقام ايراني گفته است هيات ايراني با رهبران مذهبي نجف ملاقات خواهد کرد، اما مقتدي صدريکي از اين رهبران نخواهد بود . به گزارش خبرگزاريهاي ايران، کمال خرازي، وزيرامورخارجه ايران، روز جمعه، هرگونه گزارش در مورد ميانجيگري ايران را رد کرد و گفت چگونه مي توان ميان اشغالگران و مردم عراق ميانجيگري کرد. آقاي خرازي سفرهيات ايراني به عراق را ابتکار ايران خواند . نيروهاي آمريکا با حداکثر قوا دراطراف مستقر شده اند، جائي که مقتدي صدر ونيروهايش تجمع کرده اند. مقتدي صدر در نماز جمعه امروز گفت مصالحه با نيروهاي ائتلاف عملي نيست و وي در آرزوي شهيد شدن است . مقتدي صدر با اعلام اين که سپاه مهدي را منحل نخواهد کرد، گفت ما اجازه نمي دهيم نيرو هاي اشغالگر وارد نجف و ديگر شهرهاي مقدس شوند. ورود آنها به اين شهر ها ممنوع است. مقتدي صدر گفت من فکر ميکنم آمريکائي ها در اينجا خواهند ماند و کشور ما را براي سالهاي سال دراشغال خواهند داشت. ائتلاف تحت رهبري آمريکا درعراق روز جمعه اعلام کرد در پايان دادن به درگيري بين نيروهاي آمريکا و سپاه مهدي به رهبري مقتدي صدر، روحاني شيعه، در شهر نجف، براي ايران نقشي وجود ندارد. دن سونور، سخنگوي نيرو هاي ائتلاف گفت به تقاضاي يک هيئت ايراني ، يک نماينده ائتلاف با اعضاي هيئت ايراني ملاقات کرده و به اطلاع آنها رسانده است که ميانجيگري ايران در بحران عراق مورد استقبال نيست. دن سونور به خبرنگاران گفت ما فکر مي کنيم مشکل با صدر وشبه نظاميان طرفدار اوبايد توسط عراقيها حل و فصل شود نه ايرانيها. يک مقام ايراني گفت هيئت ايراني با رهبران مذهبي نجف ملاقات خواهد کرد اما مقتدي صدر يکي از اين رهبران نخواهد بود. به گزارش خبرگزاريهاي ايران، کمال خرازي، وزير امور خارجه ايران، روز جمعه، هر گونه گزارش در مورد ميانجيگري ايران را رد کرد و گفت چگونه مي توان ميان اشغالگران و مردم عراق ميانجيگري کرد. آقاي خرازي سفر هيات ايراني به عراق را ابتکار ايران خواند .
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