Iran’s Parliament has announced that it will reconsider the terms of its cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency.
According to Iranian media, Ali Larijani, the head of Parliament, slammed the recent IAEA report on Iran, saying: “Parliament deems it necessary to reconsider its terms of cooperation with the agency.”
He added: “The agency’s new methods reveal that cooperation and the refusal to cooperate make no difference to their unprofessional decisions.”
Larijani warned the agency that Parliament deems its methods as “enmity and the mere transcription of orders” from Israel and the U.S.
He added that Parliament must review this issue together with other government bodies and come to a practical conclusion.
Larijani said the IAEA report is an extension of Israeli policies and he dismissed Israeli military threats against Iran, adding that Iran is prepared to retaliate against any aggression.
The latest IAEA report, which was released last Tuesday, maintains that the agency is concerned about the possible military dimensions of Iran’s nuclear program.
Iran criticized the report, insisting that its program is indeed peaceful and the IAEA has no evidence to prove otherwise.