The Iranian MPs might call for revision of Iran'a cooperation with IAEA due to negligence of the body towards its international commitments, IRNA quoted spokesman for the Parliament's Committee on National Security and Foreign Policy Kazem Jalali as saying on Monday.
Many Iranian MPs have raised questions on continued cooperation with IAEA which they accused of being deviated from its commitments and following certain political inclinations, he said.
Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of the Parliament's session which was held behind closed door, he said the IAEA and its board of governors adopted an irrational and illogical approach (towards Iran) due to political inclinations of big powers.
Nowadays, he said, Iranian mps are asking if cooperation with IAEA does not help Iran attain its legitimate rights, it will be meaningless to continue such cooperation, he said.
There is no doubt that the Islamic Republic of Iran has remained committed to its obligations in dealing with IAEA, Jalali said.
The Parliament's Committee on National Security and Foreign Policy is to study new approach if the IAEA and its board of governor fail to make good on their deeds with regards to Iran's nuclear program, he said.
AEA General Director Yukiya Amano said in the report issued on Nov. 8 that the "information indicates Iran has carried out activities relevant to the development of nuclear explosive devices."
Iranian representative to the IAEA Ali Asghar Soltanieh called the report on Iran's nuclear enrichment "repetitious and politically-motivated."
Russia also slammed the disclosure of the IAEA general director's new report on Iran, saying such a decision would harm the settlement of the crisis regarding Iran's nuclear issue.