Iran to start diplomatic cooperation with UNSC after ElBaradei's report: Majlis deputy

Iran Materials 25 December 2006 18:07 (UTC +04:00)

(IRNA) - A Majlis deputy said here Monday that Iran would start its diplomatic cooperation and interaction with the UN Security Council by the end of the 60-day deadline and presentation of a report by the International Atomic Energy Agency chief Mohamed ElBaradei.

Heshmatollah Falahat-Pisheh, who is also a member of Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Commission, made the remark while speaking.

"The resolution passed by the Security Council (against Iran's peaceful nuclear activities) was politically-motivated which made settlement of the dispute more difficult.

"The first two items of Resolution 1737 of the Security Council mentioned that sanctions would have no impacts on Iran's peaceful nuclear activities," he said.

He, however, added that the resolution may leave psychological effects, reports Trend.

"But President (Mahmoud Ahmadinejad) has said that we will celebrate nuclear victory which is a negative response to the resolution," he said.

The MP from Eslamabad-e Gharb city added, "Regional developments and the US failure in Iraq have brought the US policies under question. So, such a resolution was adopted against Iran.

"By the end of the 60-day deadline and ElBaradei's report nothing will take place in the country. Iran will complete nuclear cycle and then will enter into negotiations."