Azerbaijan, Baku, 17 January / corr Trend D.Khatinoglu / "The tension regarding the Iranian nuclear plan is expected to be relaxed," experts said.
A report by the US Intelligence Bureau, developed in December 2007, noted the Iranian plan on nuclear arms production had ceased since 2003. Mohammad al-Baradei, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) also appraised the discussions on nuclear issues, held with Iranian officials since 12 January. At the same time, Iran promised to answer questions from IAEA within 40 days.
Treita Parsi, Professor of the Yale University, said in an interview with Trend from Washington that he believes in return of the Iranian nuclear package by the IAEA. "If Iran fulfills its promise made to the IAEA, it will not face UN Security Council sanctions," he said.
To date, in connection with plans on the enrichment of uranium, the UN Security Council applied two resolutions on Tehran of which Iran has treated with negligence. Izzet Izzeti, an Iranian political expert, the chairman of the Geopolitical Association, said in a telephone interview with Trend that should the third resolution be applied on Iran, this sanction will not be heavy. " China and Russia will impede the toughening the terms of the resolution," Izzeti said.
The UN Security Council demanded Iran to cease the enrichment of uranium. Although the UN Security Council applied two resolutions on Iran, Tehran has not ceased its nuclear plan. The 5+1 countries will discuss the adoption of the third Resolution in Berlin on 22 January. Germany, France and the United States want the next sanctions to be heavier, whereas Russia and China are against this proposal. It is planned to discuss the application of new sanctions with respect to Iranian banks Sadirat and Milli (National).