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(Title) Iran’s Parliament will debate a bill to reduce the country’s cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), currently broadcasting agency Fars.
MP Hami -Reza Fouladgar told the agency that the bill will be debated on Sunday to revise and reduce cooperation with the regulatory authority of the United Nations after the sanctions imposed in the country.
The UN Security Council voted Wednesday for the fourth round of sanctions against Iran.
Iran has warned several times that if a new UN resolution against Tehran, the members will approve a bill obliging the government to reduce its cooperation with the IAEA.
In 2005, the House voted against the application of the Additional Protocol to the IAEA, which would enable the regulatory authority inspections of its nuclear facilities
It is still unclear whether it will also discuss the withdrawal of the country the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation.
Iran says that as a member of the Treaty on the Non-proliferation and a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency, is an internationally recognized right to pursue peaceful nuclear technology.
However, global governments fear that the country could use this technology to build nuclear weapons.
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