14.09.2012 [Reuters AlertNet] - ... ready to discuss other locations," Amano said. The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) of mostly developing states said in a statement read out by Iranian Ambassador AliAsghar Soltanieh that it welcomed "Syria's resolve to continue cooperating" with the IAEA.
13.09.2012 [Telegraph.co.uk] - The country's chief IAEA delegate, AliAsghar Soltanieh, said pressure on his country came from "a few Western countries, especially the United States (which) are trying to change the IAEA into a mere U.N watchdog" trying to penetrate countries
10.09.2012 [Reuters AlertNet] - Iran's envoy to the IAEA, AliAsghar Soltanieh, said Tehran would "continue" to cooperate with the U.N. agency but that its national security must be taken into consideration. He told reporters that discussions were under way this week about the
10.09.2012 [Reuters AlertNet] - Iran's envoy to the IAEA, AliAsghar Soltanieh, earlier told reporters that Tehran would "continue" to cooperate with the U.N. agency but that the Islamic Republic's national security must be taken into consideration. Iran says its nuclear programme is
25.08.2012 [Middle East Online] - Iran's envoy to the IAEA, AliAsghar Soltanieh, however was more positive, saying that some progress had been made and that more talks would take place, although he too conceded that "differences" remained. The meeting, the first since June and the
06.06.2012 Wednesday 6th June, Iran's ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) – AliAsghar Soltanieh, accused the Agency for spying and stated “Iran will resist to the end […] and never suspend its enrichment ...
17.05.2012 Image — Iran's International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) ambassador AliAsghar Soltanieh briefs the media during a board of governors meeting at the United Nations headquarters in Vienna March 8, 2012.
01.06.2011 Iran's envoy to the IAEA, Ambassador AliAsghar Soltanieh, said last week that the country was "showing maximum vigilance" about safety. He also suggested the U.N. agency was already involved, telling a public debate that ...
08.06.2010 "US, Canada and European Union preferred not to discuss Israel's nuclear capability, but they joined the consensus because they had no other choice," AliAsghar Soltanieh, Iran's ambassador to the IAEA, said.