Inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will not visit until the Iranian nuclear sites although the resolution approved Friday by the Board of Governors of the agency called it, said Ali Asghar Soltanieh, delegate Iran to the IAEA.
Quoted by the media, Mr. Soltanieh said today’s decision by the IAEA would only reinforce Tehran’s determination to pursue its nuclear program.
In the resolution adopted by 32 votes for two against and one abstention, the six major powers involved in the Iranian nuclear issue (United States, China, Russia, France, Great Britain and Germany) have joined their voices to express their deep concern inspire the activities of Iran and engage in unrestricted open its doors to IAEA inspectors.
This document calls for a diplomatic settlement of Iran nuclear issue has also received support from 12 other countries, including Italy, Japan, Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Hungary, Canada, Netherlands, Portugal, Singapore, the Czech Republic and Sweden.
The draft resolution had been reached shortly after the publication of an IAEA report does not rule out that Iran could develop a nuclear weapon at the moment.