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شنبه ۱ مهر ۱۳۹۶ تهران ۱۷:۲۱

رييس آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي: اشتباه ما چيزي را عوض نمي كند، ما خواهان شفافيت از سوي ايران هستيم

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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiThursday, June 17, 2004 <b>IAEA Admits to Omission in Report on Iran</b> • The UN International Atomic Energy Agency acknowledged that it had inadvertently omitted to note that one of its inspectors had been informed by an Iranian official about the purchase of 150 magnets for uranium enrichment equipment. But IAEA chief said Iran actually had asked a black market supplier about the possibility of buying 100,000 magnets. “How ould that square with an R and D program?” he asked. The omission was due to unintelligible English accent of the Iranian official being interviewed, ElBaradei said. “The mistake does not change the fact that Iran has been providing contradictory information on its nuclear program,” US envoy to IAEA Kenneth Brill said. Following the acknowledgment of the error, it was unlikely that a draft resolution would be submitted to the 35-nation agency&apos;s board of governors before Friday. Iran&apos;s envoy to IAEA Hossein Mousavian played a tape of the interview to discredit IAEA&apos;s report as “politically motivated.” • The resolution drafted by Europe&apos;s big three and fine tuned after consultation with the US, “would undermine relations between Iran and IAEA,” head of Iran&apos;s delegation to IAEA Hossein Mousavian said in Vienna, following the release of the full text of the resolution on the second day of the meeting of UN International Atomic Energy Agency&apos;s board of governors. Representatives from Iran spent the day scrambling to delete a provision calling for the cancellation of Tehran&apos;s plans to build a heavy-water research reactor and to start operations at a uranium conversion plant, news agencies reported. • “With the ongoing trend, we have no moral commitment any more to suspend uranium enrichment,” President, Mohammad Khatami said today in Tehran. His tough words deepened the rift between Iran and IAEA, as the agency&apos;s governing board was preparing a resolution that “deplores” Tehran&apos;s less-than-full cooperation. If the draft resolution is adopted by the IAEA board of governors, Iran will not allow any more inspections of its nuclear sites, Khatami added. • “Khatami&apos;s warning was only one of several issued by senior Iranian officials this week, signaling Iranian impatience with the inspections, the <i>Washington Post</i> writes. “While Khatami is considered a moderate in the Iranian government, on Tuesday the hard-line speaker of Iran&apos;s parliament suggested the assembly might decline to ratify an additional protocol to the treaty that would allow inspections on two hours&apos; notice,” it added. <b>Supreme Leader Criticizes Followers for Deifying Him</b> • Speaking to conservative MPs who dominate the Majles, the Supreme Leader rejected his followers&apos; deification of him as idol-worshiping. Slogans such as “melting in Leader,” “melting in Clerical Ruler” and the like have no meaning, he said. “No one should melt in a personality, one should melt in goals and ideals, and in the nation,” he said, referring to a common slogan of the conservative faction calling for total and selfless loyalty to the Supreme Leader. <b>Iran Continues to Interrogate al-Qaeda Detainees</b> • The interrogation of al-Qaeda detainees continues as their trials for terrorist acts within Iran near, foreign policy secretary of the supreme national security council Hossein Mousavian said in Vienna. <b>Bootleg Alcohol Poisons in Hormozgan Province</b> • Drinking moonshine vodka poisoned at least one person in Hormozgan province yesterday. Last week, 22 people died of a bootleg concoction in Shiraz and Fasa, of Fars province. More than 90 suffered methanol poisoning in Shiraz and so far at least 20 have died, independent Shirazi journalist <b>Farid Yasamia</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. These deaths and injuries are because selling and consumption of alcohol takes place in secret, and production of alcoholic beverages is not supervised and regulated by the government, he says. Some of the poisoned individuals do not seek help out of fear of being prosecuted, he adds. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b>Police Targets Private Co-ed Parties for Raids</b> • The raids and arrests at private parties by members of the Basij Corps, a unit of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, are illegal, because they lack judicial warrants, Tehran-based lawyer <b>Mohammad-Hossein Aghasi</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. But due to their lack of familiarity with laws and regulations, most citizens who are subjected to such illegal searches, seizures and arrests, avoid pressing charges against the police or the IRGC, he says. “Citizens should resist, refuse to open their doors, and call their local precinct for help,” he says. Having any kind of music cassettes at home and listening to any kind of music in the privacy of one&apos;s car is completely legal, and searching a car without court order is a punishable crime, he adds. (Keyvan Hosseini) <b>Rights Activists Criticize EU-Iran Human Rights Talks</b> • The fourth round of Iran-EU human rights talks met with strong criticism from human rights organization which were barred by both Iran and the EU from participating. The human rights defenders&apos; center had written to the foreign ministry, officially asking to be allowed participation, founding member of the center <b>Mohammad Dadkhah</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The European and Iranian delegations cooperated on blocking our access to the talks, he adds. The Iran-EU human rights talks can be a lever with which the EU side is pursuing bigger economic and trade incentives, when they reach their financial goals, they would no longer have any worries about the human rights, he adds. (Keyvan Hosseini) <b>Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Ebadi Blasts World Bank Policies</b> • “The World Bank, which provided $18.5 billion in aid in 2003, should withhold money from governments that are antidemocratic, or that violate their people&apos;s human rights,” Nobel Peace Prize laureate Shirin Ebadi writes in an op-ed piece for the <i>New York Times</i>. <b>Iran-UAE Land Dispute</b> • The arrest two weeks ago of an Iranian fishing boat&apos;s crewmen by UAE coast guard, followed by Qatar navy&apos;s fatally shooting an Iranian fishing boat captain, were reciprocated by the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps&apos; navy, which seized at least seven UAE fishing boats and arrested 23 crewmen near Persian Gulf island Qeshm. • The three-islands&apos; dispute has become a national issue in UAE, internationally syndicated columnist <b>Amir Taheri</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The dispute between Iran and Qater is not over fishing in the Persian Gulf; it is about exploiting the largest natural gas field in the world, he adds. Due to the volatile political atmosphere in the region, when a crisis begins, it is hard to control it, he adds. <b>Former MKO Members Rally for Comrades in France</b> • The followers of the Iraq-based armed anti-regime group the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) prepare to rally in Paris on the anniversary of their leader Maryam Rajavi&apos;s arrest on terrorism charges by the French judiciary. Meanwhile, former MKO members are busy organizing a counter demonstration in support of more than 3,000 fellow MKOs living under US supervision in one of their former camps in Iraq near Iran&apos;s border. Organizer <b>Masoud Tayyebi</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The Iraqi government has given them until the end of June to leave the country, he adds. Another group of MKO splinters held a press conference yesterday in Paris calling for the International Red Cross to intervene on behalf of the Iraq-based MKO members. We ask that they be released from the jurisdiction of both the Iraqi government and the US, and be turned over to the Red Cross, organizer and former MKO member <b>Ali-Akbar Rastgu</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. Yesterday in Tehran, a group calling itself “relatives of MKO members” staged a demonstration in front of the French embassy claiming that the MKO leadership does not allow its members to leave the organization and choose their own destiny. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) سياوش اردلان (راديو فردا): با اعتراف آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي به اشتباهي که در گزارش خود راجع به ايران کرد، فضاي حاکم بر رايزنيهاي آژانس اندکي به نفع ايران تغيير کرد. اما به اذعان نماينده ايران در آژانس نه به آن اندازه اي که ايران بتواند در متن قطعنامه آژانس بين المللي تغييري ايجاد کند. سيد حسين موسويان، نماينده ايران در آژانس امروز به خبرنگاران گفت: ايران شفاها به آژانس گفته بود مغناطيسهايي را براي ساخت سانتريفيوژهاي پيشرفته سفارش داده بود، اما بازرسان آژانس فراموش کرده اند اين گفته را يادداشت کنند. صداي سيد حسين موسويان: مهم اين بود که مدير کل آژانس در گزارش خودش به شوراي حکام اعلام کرد که اشتباه کرده آژانس. ما نوار جلسات ژانويه 2004 را داشتيم، به آژانس ارائه کرديم، براي آژانس مسلم شد که در ژانويه 2004 ما اطلاعات دقيقي را به آژانس داده بوديم و آنها اشتباه کرده بودند. اين اشتباه را آقاي مدير کل پذيرفت و اعلام کرد، ولي متاسفانه من فکر مي کنم اعلامشان خيلي دير است، چون فضايي منفي را عليه ايران به وجود آوردند. س . ا : به دنبال اظهارات نماينده ايران، آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي در بيانيه اي به اشتباه خود اعتراف کرد، اما تمام تقصير را هم به گردن نگرفت. محمد البرادعي رئيس آژانس گفت: اگر آژانس اشتباه کرده، ايران مي بايست در گزارشهاي بعدي مکتوب خود قضيه را روشن مي کرد. صداي محمد البرادعي: اين امر در اظهارات شفاهي در آخر يك جلسه با فردي ايراني ايراد شد كه انگليسي اش زياد براي ما مفهوم نبود و ما حرفش را درنيافتيم و يادداشت نكرديم. اما ايران فرصت كافي براي تصحيح اين موضوع را داشت. س.ا: به رغم تلاش محمد البرادعي براي كم اهميت جلوه دادن موضوع هيات ايران در مقر آژانس اينک مي کوشد از اعتراف به اشتباه آژانس نهايت بهره برداري را بکند تا درستي گزارشهاي آژانس را درباره شفاف نبودن برنامه هاي هسته اي خود به زير سئوال ببرد. اما محمد البرادعي کوشيد نگذارد چنين اتفاقي بيافتد. با گفتن اينکه همه اشتباه مي کنند، ما با هزاران قطعه کاغذ و هزاران مکان مورد بازرسي سر و کار داريم و هنوز در مورد ميزان برنامه هاي سانتريفيوژ ايران ابهام وجود دارد. صداي محمد البرادعي: تصحيح اين اشتباه فني آنطور كه گفتم تصوير كلي را تغيير نمي دهد. تصويري كه من به شوراي حكام ارائه دادم. مبني بر آنكه به شفافيت و همكاري عملي بيشتر ايران نيازمندم. تمام تلاش ايران اينک براي ملايمتر کردن لحن قطعنامه اي است که آلمان، بريتانيا و فرانسه به آژانس داده اند. اين قطعنامه شديداللحن خشم مقامات جمهوري اسلامي را برانگيخته است. به رغم آنکه اين متن پنج بار بازنويسي شده، اما محتواي آن همچنان نسبت به ايران برخوردي انتقادي دارد و روشن نيست اگر متن قطعنامه به همين صورت نهايي و منتشر شود، ايران آيا تهديدهاي خود را عملي مي سازد يا نه. عملي شدن هر کدام از اين تهديدها، تهديد به از سرگيري غني سازي اورانيوم گرفته تا تهديد به قطع همکاري با آژانس، مي تواند پرونده ايران را نهايتا به شوراي امنيت سازمان ملل ببرد. اما اگر ايران تهديدهاي خود را عملي هم نکند، ولي بازهم ابهاماتي در پرونده هسته ايش پديد آيد، باز پرونده ايران مي تواند به شوراي امنيت سازمان ملل برود. اينک همگان چشم به متن نهايي قطعنامه اي دوخته اند که قرار است حداکثر تا فردا منتشر شود. آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي پذيرفته است كه در گزارش خود راجع به ايران اشتباه کرده است. پيتر گلد اسميت از بازرسان ارشد سازمان گفت ايران شفاها به بازرسان گفته بود كه مغناطيس هايي را از خارج وارد كرده است. حسين موسويان، سخنگوي هيات نمايندگي جمهوري اسلامي در آژانس گفت: اسنادي كه ما در مورد مگنت ها داديم براي آژانس روشن شد كه در ژانويه 2004 ما اطلاع داده بوديم كه ايران مگنت را از خارج وارد كرده. در گزارش آمده بود كه ايران در ژانويه 2004 ادعا كرده بود هيچ قطعه اي را از خارج وارد نكرده. اما به رغم اعتراف به اشتباه آژانس، محمد البرادعي، رئيس آژانس در واكنش گفت اين اشتباه تصوير كلي را عوض نمي كند، تصويري كه من به شوراي حكام ارائه دادم. آژانس همچنان به شفافيت و همكاري كامل ايران نياز دارد.