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دوشنبه ۴ تیر ۱۳۹۷ تهران ۱۸:۳۵

اختلاف ايران و تركيه بر سرقطع واردات گاز طبيعي، و فشار آمريكا براي انزواي ايران

فريدون زرنگار، مصاحبه با پرويز مينا (پاريس)

Summary of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceMonday, October 07, 2002 - Iran-Turkey Gas Dispute - Iran opposes US attack on Iraq - Distribution of contaminated meat - Majles defends US-Iran relations poll - Majles Investigation of IRIB stalls - Tehran deforestation - Mahmud's funeral - Budget deficit calculation - Legislative role of the Guardians Council - Dispute over Turkey's Cut-off of Imported Iranian Gas * In advance of the upcoming visit to Iran by Turkey's energy minister Zeki Cakan, MP Nematollah Alirezai of the Majles energy committee said Iran does want to take its dispute with Turkey to the international court. Turkey cut off imports of Iranian gas, citing quality problems, but Paris-based oil markets expert Parviz Mina tells RFE/RL that in reality Turkey's economic slowdown has reduced its need for gas. Also, Russia, under pressure from the US, has reduced its gas price for Turkey by 9 percent, which would save Turkey $280 million over the next three years compared to what it had contracted to pay Iran. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) Warnings against Distribution of Contaminated Meat * Government warned against consumption of contaminated meat in fancy packaging imported without permit. Tehran-based journalist Hossein Nazarian tells RFE/RL that 2,000 cartons of contaminated meat have been distributed, but officials have recovered only 370 so far. The meat was imported from Saudi Arabia via UAE and had been warehoused in Qom. He adds that Iran has banned meat imports since 2001 to support domestic production. (Mahmonir Rahimi) Majles Defends US-Iran Relations Opinion Survey * Responding to judge Said Mortazavi of the Tehran judiciary who had shut down the culture ministry's national polling institute, the Majles public relations office asserted that last week's opinion survey showing that more than 75 percent of Iranians favor relations with the US was commissioned by the Majles, which will cite its results in its future work. The survey institute has conducted a series of opinion surveys whose results contradict positions held by the conservatives. (Mehdi Khalaji) Majles Investigators Criticize IRIB's Cooperation * A year after the Supreme Leader permitted the Majles to investigate the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting organization's financial dealings with advertisers and foreign suppliers, MP Valiollah Shojapour said IRIB president's refusal today to appear at the Majles shows IRIB's bad faith. The financial investigation is among the few tools the reformists have to influence the national radio and television broadcasting organization, which is controlled by their conservative rivals. (Siavash Ardalan) Neighborhood Residents Protest Deforestation * Residents of the north Tehran neighborhoods of Tajrish and Darband protested against the systematic destruction of the historic Qajar era Haj Malek park. Fire chief Mahmud Eftekhari said five fires have been reported in the park during the past six weeks. Akbar Qaderi, a neighborhood resident, tells RFE/RL that the new owners want to dry the trees or burn them down in order to build residential high-rises. The law prohibits chopping off healthy trees in urban areas. (Mahmonir Rahimi) Novelist Mahmud's Funeral * Hundreds of poets and artists attended novelist Ahmad Mahmud's funeral today. Fariburz Raisdana, Mohammad Hassn Cheheltan and Leyli Golestan eulogized and former culture minister Ataollah Mohajerani was among the attendees. (Mina Baharmast) Civil Society and Human Rights * Human rights advocate and Virginia University visiting law professor Mehrangiz Kar reviews the role played by the conservative Guardians Council in Iran's legislation process. Dispute over Calculation of the Budget Deficit * This year's budget deficit would exceed projections, but planning and budget organization head Mohammad Satarifar denies rumors that the miscalculation of the deficit has led to his resignation. Unrealized projected income items including expected proceeds from the sale of state enterprises and taxes would add up to a deficit of 30 trillion rials, approximately $ 3.6 billion in addition to the projected deficit. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) RFE/RL Roundtable: Akbar Ganji's Manifesto * Berlin-based leftist commentators Hossein Alavi and Maliheh Mohammadi and Tehran-based commentator Mohsen Sazegara discuss the portion in jailed investigative writer Akbar Ganji where he discusses tactics and strategy for reaching secular democracy. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) ARTS AND IDEAS Daily Internet Report * Peyknet.com is one of the new leftist Internet sites dedicated to criticizing the conservatives in harshly worded unsigned articles. (Behnam Nateghi, New York) Daily medical advice (Dr. Mansur Moslehi, Los Angeles) Daily Book Review * RFE/RL's Tehran-based book critic reviews Charles Darwin and His Legacy, translated by Hassan Afshar. Daily Science Report * Ethics in science research. (Fatemeh Aman, Washington) Song: "Dar in Bonbast" (At This Dead-end) * RFE/RL's Frankfurt-based music critic Mahmud Khoshnam plays "Dar in Bonbast" based on a poem by Ahmad Shamlu, performed by 1970s pop singer Dariush. Sohrab Sepehri Special * RFE/RL airs poems by the late contemporary poet Sohrab Sepehri on his birthday. (Mehdi Khalaji, with Nader Naderpour and Iraj Gorgin) Shadi (Joy) * Los Angeles DJ Afshin Gorgin spins the latest Persian pop tunes. WORLD * Israeli forces kill 10 in Gaza in retaliation for mortar attacks on Israeli towns. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * President Bush to present his case for tougher stance against Iraq tonight in a national address. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Britain's foreign secretary Jack Straw meets his French counterpart in Paris before embarking on his four-country Middle East tour. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) * Oman, Kuwait and Jordan stage military maneuvers along with 1500 US troops in Jordan. (Farideh Rahbar, Cairo) * France investigates oil tanker explosion in Yemeni waters. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) * Afghan government issues new bank notes. Taj Muhammad Akbar, head of Pashtian bank tells RFE/RL that the new notes would increase people's trust in the ability of the new central government to control the economy. (Golnaz Esfandiari) * Russian commonwealth states meet in Moldavi. (Mani Kasravi, Moscow) * Extremist nationalist candidates win in Bosnia's election. (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome) * Frankfurt international book fair. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) * Winners of the Nobel prize in medicine. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) * Delegates from Iran and Arab nations meet in the Riyadh tourism conference. (Farideh Rahbar, Cairo) * France to issue college diplomas recognized by other EU nations. (Jean Khakzad, Said Peyvandi, Paris) * Tajikstan opposition parties meet. (Mani Kasravi, Moscow)

در آستانه سفز وزير انرژي تركيه به ايران براي مذاكره در باره قرارداد خريد گاز از ايران كه تركيه با قطع واردات آن را به حال تعليق درآورده است، نعمت الله عليرضائي، عضو كميسيون انرژي مجلس شوراي اسلامي، گفت حكومت ايران مايل نيست اختلافات خود با دولت تركيه بر سر صدور گاز را به دادگاه بكشاند. بهانه تركيه براي قطع واردات گاز و مطالبه كاهش در قيمت، نزول سطح كيفيت گازصادراتي تلقي شد. دكتر پرويز مينا، كارشناس بازار نفت وگاز در پاريس در مصاحبه با راديوآزادي مي گويد: طبق قرارداد تركيه متعهد بود كه طي 2002 معادل 4 ميليارد فوت مكعب از ايران گاز خريداري كند كه قرار بود تا سال 2010 به ده ميليارد فوت مكعب افزايش يابد. وي مي افزايد: بهانه تركيه نمي تواند حقيقت داشته باشد زيرا گازي كه به تركيه مي رود مشابه گازي است كه در داخل ايران مصرف مي شود. وي مي گويد گرفتاري هاي مالي و كندي رشد اقتصادي در تركيه باعث افت مصرف گاز در اين كشور شده است و علاوه بر آن، روس ها با فشار و حمايت دولت آمريكا قبول كردند كه 9 درصد از قيمت گازصادراتي خود به تركيه كم كنند كه طي سه سال آينده 280 ميليون دلار صرفه جوئي براي تركيه دربرخواهد داشت. وي مي گويد اختلاف تركيه - ايران بر سر گاز ناشي از فشارهاي آمريكا است كه قصد دارد حكومت ايران را درانزوا قرار دهد.

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