IAEA and Iran Make Breakthrough


Iran, IAEA agree on roadmap for nuclear cooperation

… from  Press TV,  Tehran


IAEA is going deep into Iran's nuclear program, deeper than anyone else's. Why?
IAEA is going deep into Iran’s nuclear program, deeper than anyone else’s. Why?

[Editors Note:  Major progress has been made in the IAEA talks with Iran, notwithstanding the French induced delays in the P5+1 group this past weekend.
You will see this not being covered very much in the non Jewish controlled Western media as it clearly shows Iran making concessions that it has no treaty obligation to do.
You can contrast that to Gordon Duff’s barn burner report in Press TV today, about France having violated the NPT by supplying the Saudis, with the Israelis lurking in the background, who the French began helping build their nuclear program before the bodies of the 1948 war were barely cold.
We are seeing no ”outside influences’ in the IAEA work with Iran to resolves concerns of Iran’s nuclear programs, despite years of claims we American Intel reports that Iran has no verifiable nuclear weapons program, and the IAEA not have found a missing gram of reprocessed uranium in all of their inventories.

Iran has ‘invited’ the IAEA to see is new Arak heavy water plant before it opens that is replacing an old 1967 era plant. They will also visit the uranium mines in Southern Iran where the IAEA will find as many underground bomb making facilities as Don Rumsfeld found huge underground Al-Qaeda Norad like operations centers…ZERO!

This whole thing folks has been a long running psyops to focus citizen attention on bogus threats while others who were nuking up were kept off the public radar by Western governments and the help of a friendly non-Jewish controlled media… Jim W. Dean ]


–  from  Press TV,  November 11th, 2013  –


IAEA negotiations proceed with no snags
IAEA negotiations proceed with no snags
Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have agreed on a road map for more cooperation, Iranian nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi says.
In a joint press conference with IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano on Monday in Tehran, Salehi who heads the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) said Tehran and the agency had signed a joint statement in this regard.
“This joint statement outlines a road map that clarifies bilateral cooperation on the outstanding issues,” Salehi noted.
The AEOI chief said the statement included an annex with six articles, adding that Tehran’s cooperation with the IAEA was within the framework of the Safeguards Agreement.
Salehi underlined that Iran will, on a voluntary basis, allow IAEA inspectors to visit the Arak heavy water plant and the Gachin mine in Bandar Abbas, in southern Iran, despite the fact that Tehran is under no such obligation to do so under the Safeguards Agreement.
Uranium mining operations at Gachin, started in 2004. The first consignment of yellow cake was shipped from Gachin mine to Isfahan Uranium Conversion Facility (UCF) in December 2010

Iran’s decision to allow the inspectors to visit the sites is aimed at proving the country’s determination and readiness to resolve the “fabricated nuclear case,” Salehi added. He noted Tehran is ready to be more flexible on the issue and will not allow others to find a pretext to impede the progress of the talks.

Amano, for his part, described the signing of the joint statement as “an important step forward,” adding that more work needed to be done.

“Under the framework of cooperation, Iran and the IAEA will cooperate further with respect to verification activities to be undertaken by the IAEA to resolve all present and past issues,” Amano said. The IAEA chief said these “substantial measures” will be implemented in three months “starting today.”

Amano arrived in Tehran earlier on Monday at Salehi’s invitation to discuss further cooperation between Iran and the IAEA.



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