Azerbaijan, Baku, June 10 / Trend D. Khatinoglu /
Iran will reconsider its foreign policy related to the nuclear program and relations with certain countries, the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast told Trend over phone from Tehran.
Mehmanparast noted such countries as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Uganda among the countries with which Iran intends to reconsider the relationship due to the fact that they voted for the adoption of the draft of UN new resolution on Iran.
He also condemned the support of the resolution No 1929 by Russia and China and said that the resolution is not constructive. It will only complicate the situation and ignite conflicts.
Touching upon the tripartite agreement signed by Iran, Turkey and Brazil on the exchange of uranium on the territory of Turkey May 17, Mehmanparast said that at present Iran is considering some of the details of this document.
Regarding the possibility of canceling the agreement, Mehmanparast did not say anything specific. He noted that it is too early to say with certainty about any retaliatory step by Iran.
He also said that the Iranian parliament discusses the limitations of cooperation between Iran and the IAEA now.
The Iranian parliament discusses a draft on limiting cooperation with the IAEA, Vice-President of the Commission on National Security and Foreign Policy under the Iranian parliament Esmaeel Kosari told Trend over phone from Tehran.
Kosari said that Iran is ready to cooperate with the IAEA, but Western countries deliberately try to prevent this process.
Kosari also said that the issue of agreement on the exchange of uranium is still relevant. But if the pressure on Iran increases, it will reconsider its positions.
About 12 members of the Security Council supported the document. Turkey and Brazil voted against, Lebanon - abstained.
This is the fourth sanctions adopted by the UN Security Council in connection with Tehran's unwillingness to comply with international requirements regarding its nuclear program.
Iran and Turkey signed an agreement on exchange of 1,200 kg of low enriched uranium for a 20-percent fuel in Turkey May 17. Iranian low enriched uranium can be delivered to Turkey during a month after signing of an agreement between Tehran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).