No anti-Iran resolution on IAEA meeting’s agenda: Report

Refuting Western media outlets’ speculations, a report says the upcoming meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)’s Board of Governors is not going to adopt any anti-Iranian resolutions.

Iran’s Nour News agency, affiliated to the country’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC), made the information available in the exclusive report on Saturday night.

“Basically, there are no anti-Iran resolutions on the agenda of the upcoming meeting of the agency’s Board of Governors,” the report said, citing “the news [that have been] relayed” to the news agency.

The Western media reports have come up with the speculations, citing IAEA Secretary-General Rafael Grossi’s most recent report concerning the Islamic Republic.

The IAEA has, on several occasions, relied on so-called information provided to it by the US and the Israeli spy agency of Mossad to allege the presence of “uranium traces” on some locations inside the Islamic Republic.


Source: Press TV