TEHRAN, Jun.29 (ISNA)-The EU parliament will soon examine Iran's nuclear issue in an urgent meeting based on the latest remarks made by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) head regarding Iran's nuclear progress.
The meeting is due on the 4th of July while the U.S. and its allies strongly protested to the remarks made by the IAEA head about Iran the previous month.
IAEA Chief Mohammad ElBaradei had made comments that the Islamic Republic of Iran should be permitted to preserve a portion of its Uranium enrichment activities whereby some of the Governing Council members protested.
The upcoming meeting denotes that ElBaradei's realistic view points were not one sided and that they were apparently stated in line with stances of some European countries.
The meeting will take place based on the Green Party and EU pacifist groups call for examining "Iran's Nuclear Energy."
Iran and some EU officials disagree on a unified scheme to resolve Iran's nuclear issue.
Contrary to the call made by the Security Council and in reaction to the second anti-Iranian resolution, Iran accelerated its peaceful nuclear activities and succeeded in transcending the industrial-scale fuel production.
The future meeting is host to a few EU parliament members, Arab Union secretary general, Iranian high ranking officials and experts like Iran's permanent representative in the IAEA Ali Asghar Soltaniyeh and political expert professor Pirouz Mojtahedzadeh.
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