Permanent Envoy to IAEA Ali Asghar Soltaniyeh said on Tuesday that
following recent comments made by IAEA director general on recent
report released by the US National Intelligence Estimate (NIE), the
West should compensate and win Iran's trust.
Speaking to IRNA, he said the issue proves Iran's position
of peaceful nature of its nuclear activities, therefore, the western
countries and Europe in particular should compensate the losses Iran
suffered in terms of finance and prestige.
It is Europe which should compensate and win Iran's trust, he underlined.
To show their goodwill and political determination, European
countries should prevent the intervention of United Nations Security
Council from any involvement which would further weaken IAEA.
Under such circumstances, both Iran and IAEA could resolve the
the remaining issues within IAEA rules and responsibilities, he said.
The US, particularly in the past four years, has reported
incorrect information on Iran's peaceful nuclear activities which only
wasted IAEA's time, he said.
Iran is to continue cooperation with IAEA to help resolve remaining issue on its dossier, he pointed out.
A team of experts from IAEA is to visit Iran on December 10 to follow up the issue, he concluded.