UN must avoid making discrimination on Iran’s nuclear case: Mottaki
Iran expects the IAEA and other UN organizations to avoid making any sort of discrimination while dealing with Iran's nuclear case, said the foreign minister at the cabinet meeting, reported ISNA.
Iran well cooperating with the IAEA on its nuclear program and moving under the Non-Proliferation Treaty urges the IAEA to move under international rules, Manouchehr Mottaki said.
Iran and IAEA based on modality plan managed to resolve all remaining issues on nuclear activities; therefore propaganda organized against Iran is for political purposes, added Iranian foreign minister.
"Iran's considerable potentialities can pave the way to establish peace and security in the world, Iran believes lasting security in the region, free trade ties, fight against terrorism and use of civilian nuclear technology will make it possible for countries to cooperate in long-term."
5+1 countries top officials who have received Iran's package of proposals have known it as a significant offer and Iran will follow the same approach on their package, he said.
The six countries have already presented an offer to Iran in 2005 encouraging the country to halt civilian nuclear program, Iran called for some corrections on the package.