12 Apr 2024
Tuesday 2 February 2016 - 10:36
Story Code : 199744

Leaderís role in nuclear success unparalleled

EHRAN, Feb. 01 (MNA) Ė IAEO head has deemed the role of Iranís Leader in success of nuclear negotiations as unprecedented in preventing the other side from crossing red lines.


Speaking on the occasion of the 37th anniversary of Imam Khomeini's return to the country, Head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization Ali Akbar Salehi said, ďall through history, Iran has been a prosperous country in the international arena.Ē

ďPrior to Islam, Iran had the largest kingdom while after Islam the country became a pioneer in spreading Islamic thought,Ē he asserted.

Salehi maintained that Iran has entered a new phase in the international arena after the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). ďReaching independence is not an easy task but JCPOA implementation has stabilized Iranís rights in the world,Ē he added.

He underlined that no other country has managed to achieve a similar success proving its strategic rights; ďas a result of the deal, eight UN Security Council resolutions as well as 12 resolutions of the Board of Governors were nullified and Iran managed to get over tough situations caused by the pressure of international institutions.Ē

ďI am proud of the Iranian FM Zarif for showing perseverance in the face of world powers who possess 95 per cent of the worldís economic and military capacity," said he.

Stressing that the great nuclear achievement was made in the light of the national sovereignty of Iranians, IAEO head said ďthe role of the Iranian Leader was remarkable and noteworthy in the course of the negotiations opening the path for talks with the US meanwhile scrutinizing all stages.Ē

He further emphasized that the Leader prevented the Western side from crossing the countryís red lines; ďafter the JCPOA, I perceive a bright future for the Iranian nation since the country stands on the launch pad to success,Ē concluded Salehi.

By Mehr News Agency

Your Name
Your Email Address