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شنبه ۲۰ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۲۲:۳۲ - ۱۰ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

مذاکرات وزيران امور خارجه اتحاديه اروپا: شکيبايي تا پايان ماه اکتبر براي سنجش عکس العمل جمهوري اسلامي در برابر ضرب الاجل آژانس بين المللي انرژي هسته‌اي


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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiTuesday, September 30, 2003 <b>EU Foreign Ministers Discuss Iran&apos;s Nuclear Program</b> • In their meeting today in Brussels, the EU foreign ministers agreed to wait until the end of October to see Iran&apos;s reaction to the IAEA&apos;s deadline. An EU official told RFE/RL that the EU was not against Iran&apos;s peaceful nuclear program. (Fariba Mavedat) • Iran has nothing to hide, foreign minister Kamal Kharrazi said in his meeting at the UN with Egyptian foreign minister Ahmad Maher. He said the government hoped its efforts to clarify its nuclear program would have a positive effect. Maher said Kharrazi told him that he hoped the IAEA shows flexibility in dealing with Iran&apos;s nuclear program. (Alireza Taheri) • Iran said it plans to limit the scope of the inspections of the IAEA delegation due to arrive in Tehran this week. IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei said without full cooperation from the Iranian officials, his agency would not be able to confirm that Iran&apos;s nuclear program has peaceful purpose. The inspectors were expected to arrive in Tehran on Wednesday. (Fariba Mavedat) <b>Khomeini&apos;s Grandson Blames Iran for Disability in Iraq</b> • Ayatollah&apos;s Khomeini&apos;s grandson <b>Seyyed Khomeini</b> blames the Islamic regime for the chaos and disability in the post-Saddam Iraq, in an interview with <b>Radio Farda</b>. He says the propaganda on the Iranian TV and the Iran-backed Arabic TV broadcasts into Iraq, before and after the ouster of Saddam Hossein, proves the Islamic regime&apos;s support for Saddam Hussein. He says the Iraqi government should find and expose the evidence to support this charge, which he had heard from many Iraqi officials. Khomeini adds that he never said the Islamic regime was involved in the murder of pro-US cleric Ayatollah Abdolmajid Khoi, but he says the Islamic regime and the Saudi Arabia government had a stake in eliminating Khoi. Khomeini also says that he believes that the Islamic regime has, or will, develop atomic weapons; however he says he has no evidence to prove it. He says the Iranian people are so despondent that they would even support the invasion of Iran by the US forces, but he adds that he does not support any foreign occupation of his country. In the interview, Khomeini also defends the position he expressed in his speech last week at Washington&apos;s American Enterprise Institute in favor of the US attack on Saddam Hussein&apos;s regime. He says the reformist movement led by President Khatami was only positive in that it pulled Iran out of a major social and political oppression, but did not do much after that. He agrees that Ayatollah Khomeini&apos;s political will does not agree with his own position on the need for a regime change in Iran. He says dictatorship, oppression and the ban on political activism in Iran prevented him for years from speaking his mind. He adds that his grandfather, Ayatollah Khomeini, when he was alive, was among the people who banned him from involving in politics. He says he does not have any official cooperation with the American Enterprise Institute or other American groups, but adds that he is with anyone who believes in freedom and democracy. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) <b>Anti-Smuggling Official Blames Army Personnel for Illegal Car Imports</b> • All official institutions complain about the prevalent goods smuggling, and it seems that everyone knows the smugglers, but no government official appears powerful enough to publically identify or prosecute the perpetrators. Head of the anti-smuggling headquarters (Setad-e Mobarezeh ba Qachaq) Hamid Abdolvahab said during the past three years, influential figures imported the cars and sold 2000 cars in the domestic market, using fake license and registration documents. He said the car smugglers were employees and officers of the armed forces. So far, 250 of the smuggled cars have been identified and impounded. The Majles committee to investigate tea smuggling said it will publish its report on the smuggling of 50,000 tons of tea. Head of the tea trade union <b>Nemat Yavarzadeh</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that smugglers earn $11.5 billion a year from drug smuggling and use to money to import good into Iran. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) <b>Judiciary Lifts 10-Day Ban on <i>Yaas-e Now</i> Daily</b> • After agreeing to publish the Tehran Judiciary&apos;s 123-page response to an article, the 10-day ban on the reformist daily <i>Yaas-e Now</i> was lifted, MP Mohammad Naimipour, the newspaper&apos;s publisher, said today. (Baktash Khamsehpour) <b>Mother of Jailed Dissident Sazegara Worries about His Health</b> • Since her last visit 45 days ago with her son in jail, dissident Mohammad-Mohsen Sazegara&apos;s mother says she has no news of her son. She tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that since Sazegara&apos;s arrest last June, the family has changed several lawyers, but none could obtain his release, despite providing 6-billion-rial bond set by one of the courts prosecuting him. Sazegara, publisher of a several banned reformist newspapers, campaigned for constitutional reforms to limit the power of the Supreme Leader, before his arrest in connection with the pro-democracy student demonstrations. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) <b>Majles Approves Bill to Protect Defendants&apos; Rights Bill</b> • In our prisons, the defendants are forced to write and sign thousands of pages of confessions, MP Musa Qorbani said today defending the defendants&apos; rights bill, which was approved by the reformist Majles. He said legally interrogation and obtaining confessions should be done in courts during official trial. Observers said at a time when most laws are overlooked in jail and by the judiciary, the Majles efforts to pass more laws in defense of political prisoners would bear no results. (Arash Qavidel, Tehran) <b>Students Hold Political Fast to Protest Detentions</b> • The Islamic student activists of the Khajeh Nasir-edin Tousi University held a one-day political fast to protest against the continued detention and physical and psychological torture of student prisoners. Student activist <b>Ehsan Pourang</b>, who signed the statement issued at the end of the day-long political fast, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the action was symbolic, and will be followed by a day of silence next week. At the beginning of the school year, no joy or energy can be felt among the students, due to the students&apos; concern about punishments being handed down by the universities&apos; disciplinary committees. (Farin Asemi) • Students of the Ferdowsi University held a demonstration on Tuesday to protest the verdicts of that university&apos;s disciplinary committee to suspend students accused of participating in last June&apos;s pro-democracy demonstrations. (Ali Sajjadi) <b>Tehran Mayor Dismisses All District Mayors</b> • Tehran&apos;s new conservative mayor Ali Ahmadinezhad dismissed mayors of the city&apos;s eight municipal districts, including Seventh District&apos;s Zahra Sadr-Azam-Nouri, Tehran&apos;s only female district mayor. She was also the only district mayor not associated with the moderate reformist party Reconstruction Managers (Kargozaran Sazandegi). (Arash Qavidel, Tehran) <b>Iranian Refugees Demonstrate in front of Belgium Parliament</b> • After one month of sit-in demonstration to protest against the Belgian government plan to deport the to Iran, 156 Iranian asylum seekers held a rally in front of the Belgium parliament in Brussels. Member of the committee of Iranian refugees in Belgium <b>Mehran Karimi</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that demonstrators urge the Belgium government approve their political asylum requests. (Parviz Mardani) شيرين فاميلي (راديو فردا): وزراي خارجه اتحاديه اروپا که از ديروز در بروکسل گرد هم آمده اند، بخش اعظم مذاکرات روز گذشته خود را به مساله خاورميانه در بعدي گسترده تر اختصاص دادند. بعدي که نه تنها اسرائيل و فلسطينيان، بلکه ايران و عراق را هم دربر مي گيرد. فريبا مودت گزارش مي دهد. فريبا مودت (راديو فردا): اتحاديه اروپا خاورميانه را به گونه اي فزاينده به عنوان منطقه اي تلقي مي کند که بايد در قبال آن يک سياست خارجي و امنيتي واحد اتخاذ نمايد. برخلاف جريانات چند ماه گذشته، اعضا از پرداختن به اختلاف نظراتشان در مورد عراق خودداري کردند، اما اين امر احتمالا به معني آن است که اتخاذ تصميم در مواردي که تفاهم بر آن کمتر حکم فرما است، به عهده تعويق افتاده است. اما در هر حال چنين به نظر مي رسد که اعضا عمدتا در مورد اعطاي نقشي گسترده تر به سازمان ملل و انتقال سريع قدرت به يک دستگاه رهبري عراقي متفق القول هستند. روز گذشته کريس پتن، کميسر امور خارجي اتحاديه اروپا گفت احتمالا اتحاديه به بازسازي عراق کمک مالي خواهد کرد، اما براي اين شروطي نيز قائل شد هرچند که خود به اين شروط اذعان نداشته است. کريس پتن (کميسر امور خارجي اتحاديه اروپا): آن چه ما در مورد آن گفتگو کرديم اين شرط و شروط نبود، بلکه راه هايي بود که از طريق آن اتحاديه مي تواند حداکثر کمک هاي خود را، نه تنها از جانب اروپا، بلکه از طرف نهادهاي جهاني به عراق برساند. ما مدتي است که احتمال يک صندوق مستقل چند مليتي را که جدا اما در هماهنگي با صندوق توسعه عراق کار کند، مورد بررسي قرار داده ايم. ف.م: و اما در مورد ايران، وزراي خاجه اتحاديه اروپا ناگزير شدند که اختلاف نظرهاي ماه ژوئيه خود را به کنار نهاده و به اين اکتفا کنند که بايد تا اخر ماه اکتبر (يعني يک ماه ديگر) صبر پيشه کنند تا ببينند ايران در قبال ضرب العجل آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي چه خواهد کرد. وزير خارجه ايتاليا تنها به اين بسنده کرد که بگويد اتحاديه نگران اوضاع جاري است و همچنان تلاش خود را به کار مي برد تا جريان مذاکرات جدي و سازنده خود را با ايران حفظ کند. يکي ار مقامات اتحاديه اروپا به راديو اروپاي آزاد– راديو آزادي گفت: هر چند که وزراي خارجه اتحاديه روز گذشته از ايران خواستند تا از فعاليت هايي که مي تواند به توليد اورانيوم غني شده منجر شود خودداري کند، اما در عين حال خاطرنشان ساخت که اتحاديه با برنامه هاي هسته اي ايران که اهداف غير نظامي داشته باشد، مخالفتي ندارد. در عين حال وزراي خارجه اتحاديه اروپا گفتند که ايران به عنوان نشانه حسن نيت موافقت کرده است که در روزهاي پنجم و ششم اکتبر (يعني هفته آينده) با نمايندگان جوامع مدني در مورد حقوق بشر به گفتگو بنشيند، اما جالب اين جا است که اين مذاکرات در پشت درهاي بسته انجام خواهد شد. وزيران امور خارجه اتحاديه اروپا از ديروز در بروکسل گرد هم آمدند و بخش اعظم مذاکرات روز گذشته خود را به مساله خاورميانه در بعدي گسترده تر اختصاص دادند، بعدي که نه تنها اسرائيل و فلسطينيان، بلکه جمهوري اسلامي و عراق را هم دربر مي گيرد. وزراي خاجه اتحاديه اروپا در مورد جمهوري اسلامي اختلاف نظرهاي ماه ژوئيه خود را به کنار نهادند و به اين اکتفا کردند که بايد تا اخر ماه اکتبر صبر پيشه کنند تا ببينند حکومت ايران در قبال ضرب الاجل آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي چه خواهد کرد. يکي ار مقامات اتحاديه اروپا به راديو اروپاي آزاد– راديو آزادي گفت که اتحاديه اروپا با برنامه هاي هسته اي جمهوري اسلامي که اهداف غير نظامي داشته باشد، مخالفتي ندارد. برخلاف جريانات چند ماه گذشته، اعضا از پرداختن به اختلاف نظراتشان در مورد عراق نيز خودداري کردند. اعضاء در مورد اعطاي نقشي گسترده تر به سازمان ملل و انتقال سريع قدرت به يک دستگاه رهبري عراقي متفق القول هستند.
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