Iranian President Hassan Rouhani stressed that Tehran is not seeking to possess nuclear weapons, and that Iran’s nuclear activities are for peaceful purposes only.
Hassan Rouhani said, “The International Atomic Energy Agency’s recognition of the peacefulness of the nuclear program removes the pretext from Iran’s enemies,” adding that “his country stands firmly in the nuclear agreement, and is still committed to it and will maintain it.”
He continued, “Iran’s patience and endurance of economic warfare contributed to preserving the nuclear agreement,” stressing that “the nuclear agreement is still in place thanks to Iran, and not thanks to the other party.”
The Iranian president pointed out that “the relationship between Tehran and the International Atomic Energy Agency is important for proving Iran’s peaceful nuclear intentions before the world and pushing accusations against it.” Al-Nawawi is among 15 reports. ”
“Iran’s relationship with the IAEA and the United Nations Organization is extremely important, and it should be preserved,” Hassan Rouhani said, addressing the Iranian parliament, who criticized his government for its good relationship with the International Atomic Energy Agency.
And he added, “We seek to implement the law, demonstrate the peacefulness of our nuclear program, and maintain the relationship with the international agency at the same time.”
The Iranian president also warned that “we should not seek to make world public opinion turn against Iran.”