In a closing statement on Friday, the 51 heads of states attending the 16th Non-Aligned Movement Summit unanimously supported Iran’s legal rights to continue country’s nuclear program.
Another move to expose western lies about Iran’s nuclear intentions – Iran allowed some of NAM leaders to visit the so-called “secret nuclear sites” – which were only open to IAEA inspectors so far. One of them, the controversial military base at Parchin.
Iran’s first power-generating nuclear plant at Bushehr
reached 100% capacity last week.
Iran’s nuclear program started with the support, encouragement and participation of the United States, France, Germany and the UK because it made economic sense, and it still does. At a time when Iran’s nuclear program is portrayed as an imminent threat, its interesting to see that the program actually started long ago, with the support and participation of the same countries that today insist Iran abandon its nuclear program. Read rest of the story here.
Iran opens nuclear site to NAM leaders | Rehmat calling