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سخنگوي وزارت امور خارجه آمريکا گفت که تهران و واشنگتن از نگراني‌هاي يکديگر در عراق آگاه هستند


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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiTuesday, May 25, 2004 <b>Islamic Government Bars UN Inspectors from Military Sites, Diplomats Say</b> • Diplomats who follow the Vienna-based International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said yesterday that IAEA inspectors had been prevented from inspecting a dozen workshops at three locations by the Islamic government&apos;s authorities, according to a Reuters&apos; dispatch from Vienna. <b>Iran and US Exchange Views on Iraq, Spokesman Says</b> • There has been an ongoing exchange of views on Iraq between the US and Iran for some time, particularly during a recent visit to Baghdad by Islamic Republic officials, according to US State Department spokesman Richard Boucher, who declined to comment on any specific messages that Washington has received from the Islamic Republic. <b>Productivity Dropped by 13 Percent, Plan Organization Says</b> • Productivity of Iranian workers dropped by 4 percent in the 1990s and by 13 percent since the Islamic revolution, the Management and Planning Organization&apos;s head Hamid-Reza Baradarn-Shoraka said in a speech yesterday in a ceremony held to honor what the Islamic regime calls “Productivity Day.” Declining productivity is one of the factors in the negative growth of Iran&apos;s economy since the revolution, which has resulted in spreading poverty, <b>Radio Farda</b>&apos;s Paris-based economic commentator <b>Fereydoun Khavand</b> says. <b>Newspapers Report on Assault by Chief of Clerics&apos; Court on Journals&apos; Envoy in Press Supervision Commission</b> • “We are pleased that the newspapers reported on the assault” on Isa Saharkhiz, the representative for newspaper publishers in the press supervision commission, by the representative of the judiciary, Hojat-ol-Eslam Gholam-Hossein Mohseni Ezheh-ee, who is also head of the special courts for the clergy, spokesman of the society for defense of press freedoms <b>Mashallah Shamsolvaezin</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The press supervision commission tried, but could not prevent the publication of the news, he adds. He calls for dissolution of the press supervision commission. “This is not the first time that representatives of press are being physically assaulted in the press supervision commission, and it shows that characters such as Mr. Ezheh-ee, when given the opportunity, would not shun from physical assaults on their ideological opponents, he adds. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b>American Activist Suggests US-Iran Dialogue on Iraq</b> • “It took U.S. forces just 21 days last spring to travel the road to Baghdad. The return trip - with a stable, peaceful Iraq in the rearview mirror - is taking much longer, and that road will run through Tehran. For Americans, this is a road less traveled. But it may well make all the difference,” writes Stanley Weiss, chairman of Business Executives for National Security, a nonpartisan group in Washington, in an op-ed piece in the <i>International Herald Tribune</i>. <b>Public Protests Increase 400 Percent, Reformist MP Says</b> • The number of public protests against the regime increased by 400 percent in the month that ended on May 20, according to outgoing reformist Tehran MP Ali-Akbar Mousavi Khoeini, who cited official stats on arrests, jailing and prosecution of students and other protesters across Iran during his last speech at the open session of the Majles. • Twelve activists were arrested last night in Karaj, a city 40 kilometers west of Tehran, spokesman for the “independent” opposition group the Democratic Front <b>Hasan Zarezadeh</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The 12 were all members of the “third wave” opposition group, he adds. Two of the arrested activists are students, he says. (Leili Arman) <b>US Investigates Chalabi&apos;s Iran Connection</b> • The CIA and FBI began investigating Iraq governing council member Ahmad Chalabi&apos;s secret links to the Islamic Republic. A former defense department Middle East expert said the Islamic Republic may have used Chalabi to pass false data on Iraq&apos;s WMD to the US, the <i>Financial Times</i> reported. • The Islamic Republic has no interest in making Iraq&apos;s situation more chaotic, head of the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies <b>Gary Samore</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Shahran Tabari, London) <b>Conservatives Elect a Non-Cleric to Head the Majles in Try-Out Poll</b> • In their last experimental polling, the elected conservative MPs of the incoming Majles voted for a non-cleric to head the Majles, a first in the Islamic Republic&apos;s 25 years&apos; rule. Designated Majles speaker Gholamali-Hadad Adel, a son-in-law of the Supreme Leader, would act more conservative than the conservative clerics in order to prove his credentials, Tehran University political science professor <b>Sadeq Zibakalam</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The result of the polling was a result of the on-going dispute over policy in the regime&apos;s conservative faction, Tehran-based journalist <b>Iraj Jamshidi</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. <b>Constitution Obstructs Democracy, Rights Activist Says</b> • Lawyer and women&apos;s rights activist <b>Mehrangiz Kar</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the Islamic Republic constitution, which places appointed bodies such as the Guardians Council and the Expediency council above the elected Majles, is the greatest obstacle to achieving democracy in Iran. Kar, in Palo Alto to attend a Hoover Institution&apos;s conference on democracy in Iran, adds that the courts are not independent, since judges are appointed by the judiciary chief, who is himself an appointee of the Supreme Leader. (Maryam Ahmadi) . مهدي خلجي (راديوفردا): ريچارد باوچر، سخنگوي وزارت امور خارجه آمريکا گفت که هم آمريکا و هم ايران، از نگراني هاي يکديگر درباره عراق آگاه هستند. روز يکشنبه حميدرضا آصفي، سخنگوي وزارت امور خارجه جمهوري اسلامي، سياست هاي آمريکا در عراق را غير اخلاقي و فريبکارانه خوانده بود. مهديه جاويد (راديوفردا): وزارت امور خارجه آمريکا از واکنش نشان دادن به اخطار رسمي جمهوري اسلامي سر باز زد، اما گفت که مدت ها است که دو کشور نقطه نظرهاي خود در رابطه با عراق را مبادله مي کنند، به خصوص در پي سفر اخير مقام هاي ايراني به بغداد. صداي ريچارد باوچر (سخنگوي وزارت امور خارجه آمريکا): ما در چند مورد ديدگاه هايمان را به يکديگر منتقل کرده ايم. م.ج.: اشاره آقاي باوچر به سفر يک هيات نمايندگي ايران در ماه آوريل بود، که جلسه اي با مقام هاي آمريکايي و بريتانيايي در بغداد داشتند. صداي ريچارد باوچر: ما از نگراني هاي احتمالي آنها آگاه هستيم. از جمله نگراني آنها در ارتباط با مکان هاي مقدس. م.ج.: حميدرضا آصفي، سخنگوي وزارت امور خارجه ايران، سياست هاي آمريکا در عراق را غير اخلاقي و فريبکارانه خوانده است. جمهوري اسلامي همچنين از شکنجه زندانيان در عراق توسط سربازان آمريکايي و حمله به مکان هاي مقدس انتقاد کرده است. در روزهاي اخير، ايران درباره درگيري هاي نيروهاي ائتلاف و ستيزه جويان وابسته به مقتدي صدر در نزديکي مکان هاي مقدس شيعه، مانند نجف و کربلا، هشدار داده است. ايران، آمريکا را مسئول اين درگيري ها با روحاني جوان شيعه مي داند. با اينکه سخنگوي وزارت امور خارجه آمريکا گفت که از نگراني هاي ايران در زمينه عراق آگاه است، اما افزود که ايران نيز از نگراني هاي واشنگتن در رابطه با نفوذ جمهوري اسلامي در عراق مطلع است. صداي ريچارد باوچر: ما همچنين مي دانيم که آنها از نگراني هاي احتمالي ما نيز بسيار آگاه هستند، مانند فعاليت هاي آنها در عراق. ما تلاش مي کنيم که به گفتگوهاي خود با ايران در ارتباط با اين موضوعات ادامه دهيم، و حداقل پيام هايي در اين باره با هم مبادله کنيم، تا در نتيجه هر دو از نگراني هاي يکديگر آگاه شويم. ما اميدواريم که اين روندي سازنده باشد. ريچارد باوچر، سخنگوي وزارت امور خارجه آمريکا، گفت که هم آمريکا و هم جمهوري اسلامي، از نگراني هاي يکديگر درباره عراق آگاه هستند. در ماه آوريل، يک هيات نمايندگي جمهوري اسلامي جلسه اي با مقام هاي آمريکايي و بريتانيايي در بغداد داشتند، و آقاي باوچر گفت که در چند مورد، ديدگاه هاي آمريکا و جمهوري اسلامي به همديگر منتقل شده است. وي گفت که آمريکا از نگراني هاي جمهوري اسلامي، نظير درگيري در مکان هاي مقدس عراق آگاه است، اما همچنين افزود که جمهوري اسلامي نيز از نگراني هاي واشنگتن درباره نفوذ جمهوري اسلامي در عراق آگاه است.
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