Iran's parliament MPs condemn IAEA's anti-Tehran resolution

TEHRAN: Iran's parliament speaker and members have condemned an anti-Tehran resolution recently voted by the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), as per IRNA report

The representatives of the Iranian people in parliament decried the "politically motivated" move coming from some Western states' excessive demands, according to a statement signed by 260 parliament members in an open session on Sunday.

According to Xinhua reeport, the Islamic republic is a country of goodwill, as evidenced by IAEA reports, and has provided the agency with the greatest number of possibilities for monitoring and accessing Iranian nuclear sites at various intervals. "Instead of assisting in the resolution of Western charges against Iran's peaceful nuclear programme, the agency's open access has only produced fresh issues, raising Iran's misgivings about the necessity of continuing such collaboration," the statement read. It further expressed regret that "after the approval of the resolution, the IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi and the agency have plainly lost their technical reputability and legitimacy."

According to the Iranian Students' News Agency, Iranian Parliament Speaker Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf described the action as "hostile" and "unconstructive," adding that the UN nuclear watchdog had ignored Iran's "constructive, voluntary, and generous" cooperation.

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