NCRI – The International Atomic Energy Agency called on Iranian regime on Tuesday to "maintain its suspension of all enrichment-related activity" after receiving a letter from Tehran announcing the resumption of nuclear fuel research.
IAEA said it had been informed in a "note verbale" from the Iranian mission in Vienna of Tehran’s decision to resume from January 9 research and development "on the peaceful nuclear energy programme which has been suspended."
In reference to mullahs’ resolve to enrich uranium in Iran, Mohammad Mohaddessin, Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, said yesterday that the clerical regime is “in no way prepared to abandon its ominous projects to acquire nuclear weapons.”
“It is clear that the EU3 negotiations with Tehran have only provided time and further opportunity to the regime in its campaign of deception and concealment. Negotiations with the terrorist regime in Tehran must end and its nuclear file should be referred to the United Nations Security Council for the adoption of comprehensive sanctions,” emphasized Mohaddessin.