Azerbaijan, Baku, Nov. 20 / Trend D.Khatinoglu/
The U.S and Western countries can not prevent Iranians by "noising" from pursuing the nuclear technologies, IRNA quoted Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani as saying.
The IAEA board adopted a resolution on Iran's disputed nuclear program on Friday, calling for intensified dialogue to find solutions to the unresolved issues.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) made the request on Thursday when its board approved a resolution calling on Iran to address concerns about military dimensions to its nuclear program.
Larijani noted that the U.S. government is trying to cover up its lost legitimation and deflect international attention from the "Occupy Wall Street" movement by accusing Iran.
The "Occupy Wall Street" demonstration has been running in more than 70 cities of the U.S., and hundreds of people have been arrested during last month.
The U.S. and its allies accuse Iran of using its civilian nuclear program as a cover to develop nuclear weapons. Iran has denied the charges, saying its nuclear program is aimed at generating electricity and producing isotopes to treat medical patients.
The United Nations has imposed four rounds of Security Council sanctions over Tehran's refusal to halt uranium enrichment, a technology that can be used to produce nuclear fuel or materials for an atomic bomb.
Resolutions adopted by the UN Security Council in 2010, as well as additional unilateral sanctions approved by the U.S. Congress and the foreign ministers of all EU countries were primarily directed against the banking, financial and energy sectors of Iran.
Restrictions imposed by the EU include the ban on the sale of equipment, technologies and services to Iran's energy sector which is a major source of revenue for the Iranian regime; the same measure refers to the refining industry. New investments in Iran's energy sector have also been also prohibited as a whole.