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اعلام توقف موقت غني سازي اورانيم توسط دبير شوراي عالي امنيت ملي جمهوري اسلامي

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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiMonday, November 10, 2003 <b>Iran Suspends Uranium Enrichment, Agrees to Inspections</b> • Iran has suspended its uranium enrichment program as of today (Monday), secretary of the supreme national security council Hassan Rowhani announced on his arrival in Moscow. “From today, we are temporarily suspending our process of uranium enrichment,” Rowhani said, before meeting he met Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin. He also announced that Iran would officially sign an additional protocol to the NPT that would allow the International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors access to Iran&apos;s nuclear facilities to impromptu inspections. Russia promised to finish the construction of Iran&apos;s first nuclear power plant, Rowhani said on Monday after talks with Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov. [Russia has delayed Bushehr&apos;s launch repeatedly in a nod to concerns from Israel and the United States over the project. The plant is now not expected to go onstream until spring 2005 at the earliest, AFP reports from Moscow] Meanwhile, IAEA gave its board of governors a secret report on Iran&apos;s nuclear activity, IAEA spokesman Mark Gwozdecky announced in Vienna. (Jamshid Zand) • No credible reason exists o prove that Iran will change its program to secretly develop nuclear weapons, Pentagon advisor Richard Perle said in an interview with German-language daily <i>Der Standard</i>. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) <b>UN Envoy Calls for Release of Political Prisoners</b> • In a press conference the last day of his week-long visit to Tehran, UN special rapporteur on freedom of opinion and expression Ambeyi Ligabo called for the release of all political prisoners. He said he will release his full report in March 2004. (Leyli Sadr) • Wives of political prisoners Taqi Rahmani, Hoda Saber, Heshmatollah Tabarzadi and Ganji, Mehrdad Heydari&apos;s mother, Mehrdad Lohrasbi&apos;s sister and Ahmad Batebi sat around a conference table with Ligabo and told him that the prisoner were jailed because of their political ideas, for something that they said or wrote, board member of the independent opposition group the Democratic Front <b>Ali Sarmadi</b>, who was present at the meeting, tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. We told him that the freedom of expression exists in Iran, but freedom after expression does not, Sarmadi adds. Ligabo has information on the political prisoners, and said he would try to visit as many as he can, and will ask the authorities to release them. (Leyli Sadr) • Ligabo met, individually and as a group, with jailed writes and political activists Hashem Aghajari, Akbar Ganji, Siamak Pourzand and Iraj Jamshidi, Aghajari&apos;s wife said. (Siavash Ardalan) • Authorities hope that Ligabo&apos;s image of freedom of express in Iran, of which he is expected to give a preview this evening in Tehran, would be closer to their version than that of the opposition. (Siavash Ardalan) <b>US-Iran Relations: Mixed Messages</b> • The Bush administration is sending mixed messages toward Iran, the <i>Wall Street Journal</i> writes today. “In his democracy speech, Mr. Bush noted that ‘the regime in Tehran must heed the democratic demands of the Iranian people, or lose its last claim to legitimacy.&apos; But only a week earlier, in Senate testimony, Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage all but excused Iran&apos;s ruling mullahs from membership in the axis of evil,” writes the journal in an editorial, noting that Armitage&apos;s statement that the US policy in Iran does not aim at changing the Islamic regime, dismayed many Iranian freedom fighters who look to the US for support. The US is now preoccupied with Iraq, and the upcoming elections, and does not want to introduce new issues in the mix, Geneva Institute for International Studies professor <b>Mohammad Reza Jalili</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Shahran Tabari, London) <b> Drug Enforcement Police Official Denies Stats on Ecstasy Use</b> • The statistics issued about the widespread use of Ecstasy pills and other mood or mind altering drugs are untrue, commander of the drug enforcement unit of the national police said. According to Tehran university&apos;s school of medicine, more than 50,000, mostly high school students, tried Ecstasy pills in the fiscal year that ended on March 22, 2003. Experts publish such data in order to soil the image of the Islamic Republic. Also, Ashraf Broujerdi, head of the Islamic Republic&apos;s “social council” denied statistics on drug and alcohol use and low-age prostitution. Only the police statistics are reliable, she added. (Farin Asemi) <b>Judiciary Releases Berkeley Professor on Bail</b> • The judiciary released UC Berkeley professor Dariush Zahedi on 200 million rials bail on Sunday. He was released at noon Tehran time, his friend and colleague, Princeton-based US-Iran relations advocate <b>Houshang Amirahmadi</b>, who spoke with Zahedi a few hours after his release, tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. He is charged with spying for the US, but he can leave Iran, Amirahmadi adds. (Mahdieh Javid) <b>French and Norwegian Oil Companies Join Azadegan Bidders</b> • French oil company Total and Norway&apos;s Statoil joined talks for contracts to develop the Azadegan oil field, National Iranian Oil Engineering and Development company official Ali-Akbar Vahidi Al-Aqa said, confirming that Japan no longer has exclusive negotiating rights. Japan paid $3 billion for the rights in 2000, but withdrew from negotiations last June after the negotiating window expired. Royal Dutch/Shell and Italy&apos;s ENI refused Iran&apos;s offer to enter negotiations on the Azadegan field, which with estimated reserves of 26 billion barrels is one of Iran&apos;s largest. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) <b>Textile Industry in Crisis</b> • Crisis continues in Iran&apos;s textile industry, as foreign-made fabrics take over the domestic market, and the country&apos;s once burgeoning textile factories suffer from obsolete technology, lack of spare parts, and the poor quality and high prices of their products. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) <b>Kazemi&apos;s Son Doubts Iranian Court&apos;s Impartiality</b> • <b>Stephan Hachemi</b>, Montreal-based son of slain Canadian-Iranian photojournalist Zahra Kazemi, who died in custody in Tehran last September of blows to her head during interrogation, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that he does not recognize the jurisdiction, and doubts the impartiality, of the Tehran criminal court which will hear the judiciary&apos;s case against an intelligence ministry officer charged in his mother&apos;s death. He also complaints about the handling of her mother&apos;s case by Canada&apos;s foreign affairs ministry. He said that if political pressures continue, his mother&apos;s body could be exhumed for transfer to Canada. Hachemi was in Toronto yesterday to receive Canadian journalists&apos; freedom of expression award in a ceremony honoring his mother. (Maryam Aghvami) <b>Factions Clash over Guardians Council Nominees</b> • The reformists and conservatives are bound for another clash over judiciary&apos;s nominees for membership in the Guardians Council. (Siavash Ardalan) • In a statement issued today, the largest pro-reform party, the Participation Front, headed by President Khatami&apos;s brother, apologized to voters for not succeeding in implementing any of the promised reforms. The party said despite its majority in the Majles, its efforts were defeated by the conservatives. (Fariba Mavedat) <b>Legality of Prosecutor Office in the Evin Prison</b> • Judiciary&apos;s move to open a prosecutor&apos;s office in the Evin prison is another law-breaking action, spokesman of the Majles committee to investigate the judiciary, Tehran MP Mohsen Armin charged. The judiciary has the right to open any number of branches of the prosecutor&apos;s office wherever it pleases, Tehran-based lawyer and legal commentator <b>Ahmad Bashiri</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. But it should not block lawyers&apos; access to these offices, he adds. (Keyvan Hosseini) <b>Economic Council Approves Mobile Phone Expansion</b> • The supreme economic council approved the expansion of the national mobile phone network from 2.2 million numbers to 5.6 million. It directed Iran Telecom to carry out the project without help from foreign companies. Mobile phone subscribers complain about the quality of Iran telecom&apos;s service. (Arash Qavidel, Tehran) <b>Jailed Activists to Receive “Moral Courage” Award</b> • Iranian dissidents Hashem Aghajari and Abbas Amir Entezam will receive, in absentia, the fourth annual Jan Karski Award for Moral Courage at the Foundation for Moral Courage&apos;s ceremony and dinner at the Embassy of Poland in Washington, D.C. Kurt Goering of Amnesty International is among the evening&apos;s featured speakers. Islamic modernist professor Abdolkarim Soroush will receive Aghajari&apos;s award, and Amir Entazam&apos;s daughter Elham Amir Entezam will receive the award on behalf of her father. Amir Entazam suffered 23 years in jail, as Iran&apos;s longest-held political prisoner, New-Haven-based activist <b>Ramin Ahmadi</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. Aghajari dedicated his life to the Islamic revolution, and protested against it, when he saw that a group of former revolutionaries have tightened their grip on the country and are plundering its wealth, he adds. On behalf of my father, I thank everyone who fights for human rights in Iran, <b>Elham Amir Entezam</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Ali Sajjadi) . شيرين فاميلي (راديوفردا): امروز حسن روحاني، دبير شوراي عالي امنيت ملي جمهوري اسلامي، در مسکو با ولاديمير پوتين، رئيس جمهوري روسيه و ايگور ايوانف، وزير امور خارجه روسيه، ديدار و گفتگو کرد. مسائل هسته اي ايران در مرکز گفتگوها قرار داشت. در پي اين ملاقات، آقاي روحاني اعلام کرد که ايران از روز دوشنبه، برنامه غني سازي اورانيم را موقتا متوقف مي کند. همزمان، سخنگوي آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي نيز امروز گفت که محمد البرادعي، رئيس اين آژانس، امشب يا فردا صبح، گزارش ايران را به اعضاي شوراي حکام اين آژانس ارائه مي دهد. جمشيد زند (راديوفردا): حسن روحاني، دبير شوراي عالي امنيت ملي، در ملاقات با ولاديمير پوتين، رئيس جمهوري روسيه، گفت: ايران از روز دوشنبه، برنامه غني سازي اورانيم را موقتا متوقف مي کند. آقاي روحاني همچنين اعلام کرد که امروز دولت ايران، نامه اي را به نمايندگان آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي تسليم مي کند که بر اساس آن، ايران رسما امضاي پروتکل الحاقي پيمان منع گسترش سلاح هاي هسته اي را مي پذيرد. صداي حسن روحاني (دبير شوراي عالي امنيت ملي جمهوري اسلامي): ايران تصميم گرفته است که نگراني هاي موجود در جامعه نسبت به فعاليت هاي هسته اي خود را کاملا رفع بکند. همچنين ما تصميم گرفتيم براي ايجاد فضاي جديد در سطح جهاني، فعاليت هاي غني سازي خودمان را که حق مسلم خودمان مي دانيم، براي مدتي به تعليق در بياوريم. آقاي روحاني در ملاقات با ولاديمير پوتين، به نقل از مقامات آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي گفت: تمام سوالات مربوط به فعاليت هاي هسته اي ايران جواب داده شده است و هيچ پرسشي بدون پاسخ نمانده است. اين در حالي است که محمد البرادعي، رئيس آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي، چند روز پيش طي سخناني به اين بسنده کرد که همکاري هاي ايران با آژانس، رضايت بخش است، ولي ايران هنوز در توجيه فعاليت هايش شفافيت کامل به خرج نداده است. رئيس جمهوري روسيه پس از اعلام توقف موقت برنامه غني سازي اورانيم از سوي ايران گفت: او مانعي در راه همکاري هاي هسته اي با ايران نمي بيند. آقاي پوتين، ادامه برنامه غني سازي اورانيم را حق ايران دانست و گفت: به موجب قوانين بين المللي، که در مورد غني سازي اورانيم تدوين شده است، ايران حق دارد به اين نوع از فعاليت هاي دست بزند. (صداي رئيس جمهوري روسيه) ايگور ايوانف، وزير امور خارجه روسيه هم، پس از ديدار با حسن روحاني، از اعلام خبر پذيرش رسمي پروتکل الحاقي در مسکو اظهار خشنودي کرد و گفت: ايران با پذيرش شرايط آژانس، و به جا آوردن تعهداتش، امکانات بيشتري براي گسترش همکاري ها با روسيه و ساير کشورها در زمينه هاي مختلف، از جمله مسائل هسته اي به وجود مي آورد. از سوي ديگر، به گفته سخنگوي آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي، تازه ترين گزارش اين آژانس درباره برنامه هسته اي ايران، بعد از ظهر دوشنبه و يا سه شنبه صبح، در اختيار اعضاي شوراي حکام آژانس قرار خواهد گرفت. سخنگوي آژانس، مارک گوازدکي Mark Gwozdecky، در گفتگويي با خبرگزاري دانشجويان ايران، گفته است: گزارشي که قرار است امروز و يا فردا در اختيار اعضاي شوراي حکام قرار گيرد، جامع است و به موضوعاتي که ايران احتمالا در آن ها به الزاماتش عمل نکرده است، و گام هاي اصلاحي که برداشته، اشاره شده است. اين گزارش که توسط محمد البرادعي، رئيس آژانس تهيه شده است، تا روز بيستم نوامبر که نشست شوراي حکام آغاز مي شود، در اختيار رسانه هاي عمومي قرار نخواهد گرفت. اما به گزارش خبرگزاري رويتر، برخي از ديپلمات ها درباره محتواي گزارش ياد شده گفته اند که در بخشي از اين گزارش، آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي مي گويد: نشانه اي از وجود برنامه توليد سلاح هاي هسته اي در ايران بدست نيامده است. شوراي حکام آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي در نشست آينده خود، پس از بررسي گزارش محمد البرادعي، نظر خود را درباره فعاليت هاي هسته اي ايران و اينکه آيا مقامات ايراني جزئيات فعاليت هاي هسته اي کشور در دو دهه اخير را به طور کامل و شفاف در اختيار بازرسان آژانس قرار داده اند يا نه، اعلام خواهد کرد. حجت الاسلام حسن روحاني، دبير شوراي عالي امنيت ملي جمهوري اسلامي که در راس هياتي به مسکو سفر کرده است، در ملاقات با ولاديمير پوتين، رئيس جمهوري روسيه، گفت که جمهوري اسلامي از روز دوشنبه، برنامه غني سازي اورانيم را موقتا متوقف مي کند. آقاي روحاني همچنين اعلام کرد که امروز دولت ايران، نامه اي را به نمايندگان آژانس بين المللي انرژي اتمي تسليم مي کند که بر اساس آن، حکومت ايران رسما امضاي پروتکل الحاقي پيمان منع گسترش سلاح هاي هسته اي را مي پذيرد. رئيس جمهوري روسيه هم پس از اعلام توقف موقت برنامه غني سازي اورانيم از سوي جمهوري اسلامي گفت که او مانعي در راه همکاري هاي هسته اي با حکومت ايران نمي بيند.