Call for Scrapping All Anti-Iran UN Resolutions

Call for Scrapping All Anti-Iran UN Resolutions

Iran’sambassador to the United Nations called for the scrapping of all anti-Iran resolutions by the board of governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency in mid-December.
Gholamali Khoshrou made the statement in a recent UN General Assembly meeting in New York, according to Press TV.
Khoshrou said Iran has complied with a roadmap it signed with the IAEA in mid-July and therefore its nuclear case should be closed after the agency’s chief, Yukiya Amano, releases his final report on the country in December.    
“Iran has implemented all voluntary measures agreed upon in the roadmap … and expects that after the release of the director general’s final report, the case of all issues related to the past and present [nuclear activities of Iran] be closed at the IAEA’s board of governors in December once and for all.”
Iran and major powers clinched a nuclear agreement in Vienna on July 14. On the same day, the roadmap for the clarification of outstanding issues regarding Iran’s nuclear program was signed between Iran and the IAEA.


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