NourNews – Before making any new creditor claims, the IAEA must first explain why they leaked Iran’s classified information to the media, as well as the espionage and sabotage of its investigators, and to destroy the safe haven it has created for spies to prevent its position from being reduced to a forceful regime
On Friday, Reuters reported on a confidential report provided only to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that Iran had informed the U.N. nuclear watchdog of its intend to install three more cascades of advanced IR-2m centrifuges at the Natanz enrichment facility.
This was met with reaction from Kazem Gharibabadi, Iran’s ambassador and permanent representative to international organizations based in Vienna, who stated: “The agency should not reflect the unnecessary details related to the fact-checking of Iran’s obligations in its reports, because these reports are made available to countries and then publicly published through the Governing Council, and second, a mechanism should be made about the information system of these confidential reports. Designed very precisely because reports that should only be available to member states are released to the media.
Gharibabadi reiterated: “We don’t care who gives this information to the media, but it’s the responsibility of the agency. If the mechanism of its internal site is difficult, it must fix the mechanism in order to maintain the confidentiality of this information.
The story of the triangle of “mainstream Western media,” “spy services” and “some international institutions” in the first principles of ethics is a bitter truth that has for years shown its ugly face as a default in a forest called the international system.
This immoral act comes at a time when no one is as aware of Iran’s full sincerity and commitment to the approved protocols as the agency has acknowledged in its numerous reports, at least after the JCPOA.
Moreover, Iran is the only country with the largest volume of inspections and has accepted more pre-existing cases with the aim of proving its goodwill. On the contrary, the agency, especially during the management of Rafael Grossi, has behaved most politically and non-principledly with Iran, to the point that it refused to even condemn the assassination of our country’s nuclear scientist, Martyr Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, transparently.
However, there are numerous documents that agency inspectors spied on dissident intelligence services of the Islamic Republic of Iran, and many blows from this area have been noticed by the peaceful nuclear process in Iran.
More interestingly, despite the clear role of the TWO CIA and Mossad spy services in nuclear assassinations in Iran since 2009, the agency, which in accordance with its own principles must put impartiality and avoidance of political behavior at the forefront, continues to make problems under pressure from Washington and Tel Aviv, according to the alleged documents of these two terrorist regimes.
With these interpretations, the IAEA must first explain why Iran leaks classified information to the media, as well as spying and sabotage its investigators, and destroy the safe haven it has created for spies to prevent its position from being degraded into a forceful regime.
by Mohammad Ghaderi