(IRNA) - Head of Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Alaeddin Boroujerdi here on Tuesday called the recent UNSC's resolutions against Iran's peaceful nuclear activities as a politically-motivated one issued under US pressures.
Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of Majlis open session on Tuesday, he said it is quite natural for Tehran not to heed the resolutions issued by the UNSC against the country's peaceful nuclear activities, reports Trend.
Referring Iran's nuclear dossier to the UNSC especially after reports presented by the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Mohamed ElBaradei who repeatedly declared that Iran never deviated from IAEA rules, was a politically-motivated move taken under US pressures.
Despite the efforts made by Russia and China to soften the atmosphere, the UNSC issued a resolution against Iran, he said, adding that the country regards the move as illegal.
Majlis passed a double-urgency bill to oblige the government to revise its cooperation with the IAEA, he said.
The double-urgency bill which authorizes the government to revise its relations with IAEA is like a blank check which allows the government to meet the country's national interests by any means.
Revising cooperation with IAEA means that the government is allowed to take any necessary action to safeguard the country's national interests, he underlined.
On probable withdrawal of Iran from Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), he said such a plan is not on the agenda for the time being although a number of Majlis representatives have called for it.