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سه شنبه ۲۵ مهر ۱۳۹۶ تهران ۱۹:۰۶

وزير امورخارجه ايتاليا در راه سفر به تهران: تلاش براي جلب همكاري ايران براي حل بحران عراق

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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiSaturday, November 29, 2003 <b>Italian Foreign Minister to Seek Iran&apos;s Cooperation on Iraq</b> * Italian foreign minister </b>Franco Frattini</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that he will soon go to Iran in order to seek support from Iran for stabilization of Iraq. Frattini&apos;s scheduled trip to Tehran was cancelled after Italy and other EU countries voted to condemn Iran&apos;s human rights violations in the UN General Assembly&apos;s Human Rights Committee. (Ahmad Ra&apos;fat, Naples) <b>Reformists Take Part the Hanging Judge&apos;s Funeral</b> • The funeral procession of Sadeq Khakhali , held in Qom yesterday, witnessed a wide participation by the President Khatami&apos;s cabinet members and other pro-reform personalities. (Jean Khakzad) • Voices critical of the Islamic Republic who harbored the assumption of reformists&apos; repudiation of the past were surprised and dismayed by the show of solidarity and praise that the reformists displayed at the funeral. Ayatollah Sanei, viewed as a reform-minded high ranking cleric, performed a special prayer and a representative of dissident cleric Grand Ayatollah Montazeri was also present. All in all, the reformist press did not allow itself to question any of the brutality, summary trials and countless executions conducted by Khalkhali in the 1980s. (Siavash Ardalan) • Sending a representative to someone&apos;s funeral is to show one&apos;s sympathy to his kin, and does not constitute political support for the deceased or his actions, Ayatollah Montazeri&apos;s son <b>Ahmad Montazeri</b tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. Ayatollah Montazeri opposed summary executions of the former regime&apos;s officials, his son adds. (Siavash Ardalan) <b>Iran Welcomes UN Nuclear Inspections</b> • No matter how extensive the inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), it would prove to the whole world that Iran&apos;s nuclear program is nothing but peaceful and non-militaristic, secretary of the supreme national security council Hassan Rowhani said on Saturday. The suspension of uranium enrichment is provisional and Iran will resume it some time in the future. (Leyli Arman) • Iran plans to build six new nuclear power plants, Rowhani said. (Leyli Sadr) <b>Human Rights Defenders Blast Majles Speaker for Silencing MP&apos;s Criticism</b> • The group of lawyers, including Nobel Peace Prize winner Shirin Ebadi, who founded the human rights defenders&apos; society, sharply criticized Majles speaker Mehdi Karrubi for hushing Isfahan MP Ahmad Shirzad&apos;s speech, in which he attacked the regime&apos;s nuclear program, the judiciary&apos;s handling of the investigation into murder of Canadian-Iranian photojournalist Zahra Kazemi, and the process of selection and monitoring the conduct of the Supreme Leader, which he said was a “vicious circle.” Before he could finish, Karrubi silenced him and likened his speech to that of the regime&apos;s opposition. The duty of the Majles speaker is to provide the grounds for free expression of viewpoint, not silencing the MPs, wrote the human rights defenders society in its statement. No logic would accept limiting freedom of speech in the name of justice, the statement added. (Amir Armin) • Cabinet spokesman Abdollah Ramezanzadeh criticized the judiciary for not prosecuting plainclothes forces who attached the offices of Isfahan MP Ahmad Shirzad. MP Mohammad Mohammad-Rezai said why the baby terrorists who gun down our top personalities are not treated as enemy combatant by the judiciary? (Jean Khakzad) <b>Iran&apos;s Push for Heading OPEC</b> • If OPEC ministers don&apos;t endorse Iran&apos;s candidate for secretary general of the oil cartel, “there is no reason Iran should vote for others,” oil minister Bijan Namdar- Zangeneh said today. (Leyli Arman, Mahdieh Javid) • Two other nominees are from Venezuela and Kuwait. Currently, Venezuela&apos;s Alvaro Silva Calderon holds the position. Iran has lost the competition three times before and is bent on winning this time. The decision is made in five days. (Alireza Taheri) <b>Elections Headquarters Announces Campaign Rules</b> • The interior ministry laid down rules for campaigning in the February 20th parliamentary elections. Candidates must start no sooner than eight days prior to the election day and stop 24 hours before the voting begins, it said. Candidates would enjoy immunity from prosecution from the time of registration until after the official end of the election. (Leyli Arman) • The use of posters and signs as well as loudspeakers is prohibited in the campaign. (Siavash Ardalan) <b>Jailed Student Faces New Charges</b> • Jailed student Ahmad Batebi, who has been in jail since July 1999 student demonstrations, faced new charges after a meeting with UN Human Rights Commission&apos;s envoy Ambei Ligabo two weeks into his 20-day medical furlough. How could Batebi have developed relations with the “illegal anti-revolution groups” considering that he has been in jail for the past four and a half years, asks Batemi&apos;s former jail mate <b>Ali Sarmadi</b>. In the meeting with Ligabo, in which Sarmadi was also present, Batebi did not speak a word. He only gave Ligabo a list of political prisoners, Sarmadi tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. Batebi became a symbol of student resistance when his picture appeared in foreign newspapers holding up the bloody tee-shirt of a fellow demonstrator. (Amin Armin) <b>Iranian Women in Berlin&apos;s Tribute for Slain Photographer Kazemi</b> • A group of Iranian women activists held a tribute ceremony for Canadian-Iranian photojournalist Zahra Kazemi who died in custody last August at Tehran&apos;s Evin prison, because of the blows she received to her head during interrogation. The Berlin ceremony was attended by Kazemi&apos;s Montreal-based son Stephan Hachemi. Organizer <b>Shahin Vafai</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that one of the officials of Germany&apos;s international society for human rights opened the meeting with a speech critical of the suppression of journalists and lack of civil liberties in Iran. (Parviz Mardani) <b>Half of Women Face Domestic Violence a Week into Their Marriage</b> • Half of married women begin facing domestic violence a week into their marriages, a study published in Tehran shows. Most domestic violence has economic basis. A sociologist at France&apos;s national center for social research <b>Azadeh Kian</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. Men want to punish women for the cost traditionally associated with marriage, she adds. (Leyli Arman) بهمن باستاني (راديوفردا): فرانكوفراتيني، وزير امورخارجه ايتاليا به راديو فردا مي گويد كه به تهران مي رود تا همكاري ايران را در حل بحران عراق كسب كند. فرانكو فراتيني قرار بود يكشنبه گذشته به تهران برود و برنامه ديدارهاي او با مسئولان جمهوري اسلامي هم اعلام شده بود. اما در نخستين ساعات بامداد يكشنبه، وزارت امورخارجه ايتاليا لغو سفر فراتيني به ايران را اعلام كرد. دليل لغو سفر او را يكي از مسئولان وزارت امورخارجه ايتاليا تصويب پيشنويس قطعنامه كانادا در كميته حقوق بشر سازمان ملل عنوان كرد. در آن پيش نويس كه يك روز پيش از سفر مقرر و لغوشده فراتيني تصويب شد، جمهوري اسلامي به دليل نقض حقوق بشر محكوم شناخته شد. ايتاليا، رئيس دوره اي اتحاديه اروپاو ديگر كشورهاي اتحاديه اروپا به اين پيش نويس راي دادند. همكارم احمد رافت كه به اجلاس وزيران اتحاديه اروپا رفته است، شب گذشته در ناپل گزارشي براي ما ارسال كرد كه در آن ضمن نتيجه گفتگو با وزير امورخارجه ايتاليا در مورد سفر به ايران، در باره مسائل مطرح در گردهمائي ديشب وزيران اتحاديه اروپا در ناپل نيز گزارش مي دهد. احمد رافت (رم): تصميم شوراي اقتصادي اتحاديه اروپا كه با راي اكثريت قطعنامه فرانسه و آلمان مبني بر عدم اجبار دولت هاي برلين و پاريس به پايبندي به عهدنامه ماستريش مبني بر كاهش كسري بودجه شان به زير سه درصد توليد ناخالص مالي شان بر خلاف نظر خوشبينانه فرانكو فراتيني، اين نشست را كه وظيفه اصلي اش تدوين پيش نويس قانون اساسي آينده اروپا است، شديدا تحت تاثير قرار داده است. در جريان ضيافت شامي كه در زمان تهيه اين گزارش هنوز پايان نيافته بود، وزراي خارجه 25 كشور عضو كنوني و آينده اتحاديه اروپا مسائل ديگري چون بحران در عراق و نقش كشورهاي منطقه را نيز مورد گفتگو قرار دادند. جمعه صبح قبل از آغاز اين نشست، فرانكو فراتيني در پاسخ به سئوال راديوفردا در رابطه با به تعويق افتادن سفرش به تهران كه قرار بود يكشنبه ودوشنبه اين هفته انجام پذيرد، گفت من به زودي به پايتخت ايران خواهم رفت و تلاش خواهم كرد همكاري مقامات جمهوري اسلامي را براي پايان بخشيدن به بحران در عراق بدست آورم. فرانكو فراتيني افزود ايران مي تواند اروپا را درجهت تشويق شيعيان عراق به اتخاذ مواضع معتدل و معقول ياري دهد. نشست شوراي وزراي امورخارجه اتحاديه اروپا شنبه نيز ادامه خواهد يافت. شنبه بعدازظهر، مخالفين روند جهاني شدن اقتصاد، يا نوگلوبالها، در شهر بندري ناپل در مخالفت با اين نشست و به ويژه در مخالفت با حضور نيروهاي نظامي خارجي در عراق، دست به تظاهرات خواهند زد. فرانكو فراتيني، وزير امورخارجه ايتاليا، كه براي شركت در اجلاس وزراي امورخارجه اتحاديه اروپا در ناپل به سر مي برد، در پاسخ به سئوال راديوفردا در رابطه با به تعويق افتادن سفرش به تهران كه قرار بود يكشنبه ودوشنبه هفته پيش انجام پذيرد، گفت من به زودي به پايتخت ايران خواهم رفت و تلاش خواهم كرد همكاري مقامات جمهوري اسلامي را براي پايان بخشيدن به بحران در عراق بدست آورم. فرانكو فراتيني افزود ايران مي تواند اروپا را درجهت تشويق شيعيان عراق به اتخاذ مواضع معتدل و معقول ياري دهد. سفر هفته گذشته فراتيني به ايران در پي راي مثبت ايتاليا و ساير كشورهاي اتحاديه اروپا به پيش نويس قطعنامه مجمع عمومي سازمان ملل در محكوم ساختن نقض حقوق بشر در ايران، لغو شد.