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شنبه ۲۰ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۰۷:۰۲ - ۱۰ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

وزير امور خارجه آلمان خواهان دادن فرصت به جمهوري اسلامي براي رفع اتهام توسعه پنهاني جنگ‌افزارهاي هسته‌اي شد


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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiWednesday, November 19, 2003 <b>Iran Warns IAEA on Further Demands</b> • Iran will not accept a new IAEA demand to stop its uranium enrichment program, secretary of the supreme national security council Hassan Rowhani said today on his return from Europe, where he met the EU foreign policy officials, ahead of the November 20 meeting of the UN International Atomic Energy&apos;s board of governors, which will vote on a resolution about Iran. “We have said clearly that any phrase in a resolution aimed at transforming the voluntary pledge by Iran to suspend uranium enrichment into a legal obligation will be unacceptable to us,” Rowhani said. He added that he did not expect the resolution to please Iran, but he added that he did not expect it to include referring Iran&apos;s violations of the nuclear non-proliferation treaty safeguards to the UN Security Council. Iran&apos;s nuclear case “will not be sent to other international bodies,” he said. “I am not pessimistic, but the resolution will be far from what we see as ideal,” Rowhani added. “We are not worried at all because there is no rational reason to refer Iran&apos;s peaceful nuclear activities to the UN Security Council,” he added. (Keyvan Hosseini) • Europe and the United States are at odds again, this time over how to deal with Iran&apos;s nuclear program. Ahead of a key meeting of the United Nations nuclear watchdog in Vienna this week, the European Union yesterday praised Iran for telling the truth about its nuclear program. But Washington reiterated its stand that Tehran must be held accountable for seeking to build nuclear arms in violation of its agreements, writes Jeffery Donavan of RFE/RL. (Siavash Ardalan) • Russia and Iran have again put off the signing of an agreement on return of the Bushehr plant&apos;s nuclear waste to Russia. The agreement would clear the way for Moscow to complete construction of the Bushehr nuclear power plant, Russian atomic energy minister Alexander Rumyantsev said. The Iranian side had been “too busy” with preparing documents for the IAEA on its nuclear program to work on the agreement with Russia, he added. (Fariba Mavedat) <b>Canada Drafts UN Resolution to Condemn the Islamic Government&apos;s Human Rights Violations</b> • Canada will ask the UN to condemn Iran for human-rights violations, including torture, suppression of news media, imprisonment of political dissidents, and discrimination against women and religious minorities. The Canadian resolution, supported by 9 other countries, including the US, could come to a vote at the UN General Assembly in New York later this week. It expresses serious concern about how security forces have cracked down against journalists, parliamentarians, students, clerics and academics. (Siavash Ardalan) <b>Tehran to Segregate Women in Parks</b> • Tehran&apos;s conservative mayor is said to be working on a plan for gender segregation of the public parks. A women&apos;s rights activist said the Tehran municipal government will set aside land to build parks especially for women. This plan is a reminder of the plan to build walls inside university classrooms announced after the Islamic revolution, a member of the national office for women (Dafter-e Banovan-e Keshvar) Fakhrosadat Mohtashamipour said. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b>Former Iran&apos;s Envoy to Argentina Returns Home from London</b> • Former Iranian ambassador to Argentina Hadi Soleimanpour returned to Tehran yesterday, a week after Britain rejected for lack of sufficient evidence Argentina&apos;s request for his extradition. Argentina has accused Soleimanpour and seven other Islamic officials, including two former cabinet ministers, of involvement in the 1994 bombing of a Jewish cultural center in which 85 people were killed and 350 were wounded. (Fariba Mavedat) <b>Registration to Begin for Majles Elections</b> • The registration of candidacy applicants for the upcoming Majles elections will begin on December 20th and will last only one week, said director of the interior ministry&apos;s elections bureau. The approved candidates&apos; names will be announced on February 20, and the elections will be held on February 20, he added. (Baktash Khamsehpour) <b>Checks Lose Role in as Promissory Notes</b> • With the implementation of the new checks law, which ended prison punishment for issuers of bad checks, checks lost their role as promissory notes in commercial and real estate transactions. (Arash Qavidel, Tehran) <b>UNHRC to Decide on Iranian Refugees in Iraq</b> • The UN refugees&apos; commission will decide about the fate of tens of Iranian refugees stranded at the Jordan-Iraq border, Middle East News Agency reported. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b>Iran and the International Criminal Court: An Expert&apos;s View</b> • The UN International Criminal Court of Justice began its work today. Iran, although a signatory to the July 17, 1998 UN convention that created the court, has not yet joined it, international relations commentator <b>Masoud Ansari</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The convention needs ratification by the Majles and the approval of the Guardians Council, but the foreign ministry has yet to draft the bill, he adds. Iran will not join the ICC, he predicts. (Jamshid Adili, Sydney) .شيرين فاميلي (راديو فردا): در همان حال كه آقاي بوش در لندن در سخنراني خود در مورد برنامه هاي هسته اي ايران گفت: آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي بايد ايران را در قبال تعهداتش مسئول بداند، يوشكا فيشر، وزير خارجه آلمان كه هم اينك در آمريكا به سر مي برد، در مورد برنامه هسته ايران گفت كه مذاكره با آن كشور در زمينه پژوهشهاي هسته اي بايد همچنان ادامه يابد و در بخش ديگري از سخنانش نيز يادآور شد كه جامعه ايران بسيار متمدنانه است. شهرام ميريان (راديو فردا): يوشكا فيشر، وزير خارجه آلمان كه براي يك ديدار چهار روزه در آمريكا به سر مي برد، پس از مذاكرات خود با مقامات طراز اول دولت جرج بوش، در جمع خبرنگاران در واشنگتن خواهان ادامه گفتگو با ايران پيرامون برنامه اتمي آن كشور شد و تاكيد كرد كه بايد به ايران امكان و فرصت داد تا اين اتهام را مبني بر اينكه مخفيانه و به طور پنهاني سرگرم توسعه جنگ افزارهاي اتمي است، بي اعتبار كند. و اين در حالي است كه كالين پاول، وزير امور خارجه آمريكا، بار ديگر روش اتحاديه اروپا در قبال برنامه اتمي ايران را به باد انتقاد گرفته و آن را از ديد و نگاه آمريكا قابل پذيرش ندانسته و يادآور شده است كه تا زماني كه تهران به قطع كامل برنامه هاي اتمي خود دست نزند، واشنگتن نمي تواند راضي و خشنود باشد. يوشكا فيشر افزون بر برنامه اتمي به مسائل اجتماعي ايران نيز پرداخت و در واشنگتن گفت: ايران از خارج داراي يك تصوير متناقض است. جامعه ايران از ديد فيشر بسيار متمدنانه است. به عنوان مثال وضع و جايگاه زنان در ايران را با كشورهاي همسايه از جمله عربستان صعودي مقايسه مي كند و عينا مي گويد: اين بسيار مهم است وقتي كه انسان در تهران است، جامعه ايران را با برخي از كشورهاي همسايه عرب مقايسه كند. يوشكا فيشر، وزير امور خارجه آلمان، كه براي يك ديدار چهار روزه در آمريكا به سر مي برد، پس از مذاكرات خود با مقامات طراز اول دولت آمريکا، خواهان ادامه گفتگو با جمهوري اسلامي، پيرامون برنامه اتمي آن كشور شد و تاكيد كرد كه بايد به حکومت ايران امكان و فرصت داد تا اين اتهام را مبني بر اينكه مخفيانه و به طور پنهاني سرگرم توسعه جنگ افزارهاي اتمي است، بي اعتبار كند. و اين در حالي است كه كالين پاول، وزير امور خارجه آمريكا، بار ديگر روش اتحاديه اروپا در قبال برنامه اتمي جمهوري اسلامي را به باد انتقاد گرفت و آن را از ديد و نگاه آمريكا قابل پذيرش ندانست.
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