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October 10, 2008
Ahmadinejad denounces atomic agency authority

Last month, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reported that Iran has continually blocked United Nations investigations. Iran rejected the UN agency report and denounced the agency’s authority.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad speaks with Martin Savidge about the authority of the IAEA and what Ahmadinejad calls a double standard.


The IAEA aims to ensure safe and secure atomic technology. Although it works closely with United Nations members, the IAEA is an independent international organization.

Recently, the head of the agency, Mohamed ElBaradei, said that the IAEA is at a crossroads and needs more funds.

Dr. K. S. Parthasarathy, a former secretary of the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board, writes about the future of the IAEA

At the blog “Crooks and Liars,” blogger “

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“Ahmadinejad denounces atomic agency authority”
I believe president Ahmadinejad is one of the most trustworthy, and honest leaders the world has ever known. I also believe he is one of the best and the most peaceful politician ever(besides the great Cyrus). Nowaday, everyone knows who says what and which one is right?!!!!!
Would America please reconsider its action and malocity towards Iran sometime for heaven sake? thank you.

One of “people” hurt by not-sage behavior of some!

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