TEHRAN, Nov 18 (KUNA) -- Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Mohammad-Ali
Hosseini warned here Sunday that issuance of a new anti-Iran resolution would
have negative impact on the process of execution of Iran-IAEA agreement.
He told reporters that issuance of another resolution "would be contrary to
the process of positive and constructive cooperation between Iran and the
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)".
"The recent report by (IAEA Director General Mohammad) ElBaradei proved
that sending Iran's nuclear case to the United Nations Security Council had no
legal basis, therefore, the influential states would better adopt a logical
approach and support Iran-IAEA cooperation," Hosseini reiterated.
Meanwhile, the spokesman said Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had
recently sent a letter to his French counterpart Nicolas Sarkozy, saying
"following US policies is fruitless".
"President Ahmadinejad, in his letter, has also called on the French nation
to support the process of cooperation between Iran and the International
Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)," he said.
Prospects of Tehran-Paris relations were another point of the letter to
Sarkozy, Hosseini said, adding that President Ahmadinejad also reiterated that
harsh stands and threats would have no impact on the process of
decision-making by Tehran. (end)
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