TEHRAN, No. 01 (ISNA)-Iran's parliament national security and foreign affairs council spokesman gave news that Iran intended to launch more centrifuge cascades.
"We are preparing another centrifuge cascade and we plan to continue this until we become capable of providing our own nuclear fuel," said Kazem Jalali.
"Even if we build ten 164 centrifuge cascade of Uranium enrichment, they will only be used for research and development," he explained.
This official also added that Iran intended to develop its research section to a specific point before it started industrial scale production.
This member of Iran's parliament national security and foreign affairs council criticized the recent resolution draft set in Security Council against Iran's nuclear activities.
Jalali commented that West's derived path which started by referring Iran to the UN Security Council had been set more off course through the issue of the recent resolution.
"We do not see ourselves obliged of carrying out this resolution, because it is illegal, illogical and issued through political approaches," said Jalali.
"The foundation of this resolution is not based on logical and legal issues; the resolution is illegal, harsh, hasty, political and generally takes the statements made by some Western countries about solving this issue through negotiations, under question," he said.
This Iranian MP went on to add that considering the fact that Iran was only after its own legitimate nuclear rights and that the approach taken by the West even could lead to the loss of dignity of the UN Security Council and instability in the world's security and peace.
"The main and fundamental purpose of the UN Security Council is establishing peace and security in the world not endangering it," Jalali emphasized, while noting that Iran would most certainly react to this injustice.
"Currently the bill for suspending the activities of IAEA inspectors in Iran has been approved in the parliament's security commission and only waits to be approved in the parliament itself," he said.
"The presence of inspectors in Iran was to prove to the West that we are following our nuclear activities under international regulations, but if there presence is to make no differences but the exit of nuclear and non-nuclear information from the country, we see no reason for their presence," he added.
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