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Session of the United Nations Security CouncilOn the situation in the Islamic Republic of IranPosition Paper of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and NorthernIrelandDelegates: Helene Kunert, Frank-Thomas GräfeDate: May, 30 th 2006Our Agenda Preference:I. Setting of the agendaII. Nuclear programmesThe arising threat in the troubled area of the Near East against non-islamic countries isemerging from the nuclear proliferation programme of the Islamic Republic of Iran and itspersistent refusal of collaboration with the IAEA which violates seriously Art. III of theNuclear Proliferation Treaty (NPT). Moreover, the United Kingdom of Great Britain is notingwith deep concern the breach of the Paris Agreement the Islamic Republic of Iran agreed toon 15 th November 2004 and its aggressive foreign policy issued largely by the president of theIslamic Republic of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadi Nejad.Thus, the United Kingdom of Great Britain is recommending to position the nuclearprogramme of the Islamic Republic of Iran on top of the agenda of the United NationsSecurity Council session taking place on June, 9 - 10 th 2006.The core issue of any discussion about nuclear proliferation in the Islamic Republic of Iran isthe accurate compliance of the NPT. The Islamic Republic of Iran is therefore asked tocommit itself to a full cooperation and transparency with the IAEA.


The fundamental stance of the United Kingdom of Great Britain in foreign affairs isengagement and not isolation. Therefore, it deeply believes in diplomacy and a constructivedialogue in order to settle the conflict peacefully; any military intervention in this case isstrictly rejected.With the support of the high representative of the European Union, the United Kingdom ofGreat Britain allied with France and Germany to a determined common European foreign andsecurity policy on this matter. As proposed in the “Framework for a long-term Agreement”,issued on August, 5 th 2005 by the E3/EU members, the E3/EU approves the nuclear usage forcivilian purposes only in accordance to Art. IV NPT.Consequently, the United Kingdom of Great Britain strongly supports the idea of the“Framework for a long-term Agreement” as a possible basis for an appropriate dealing withthis precarious situation and for finding a mutually acceptable resolution.The United Kingdom of Great Britain puts emphasis on the role of the United Nations sincethe nuclear programme of the Islamic Republic of Iran is also of global significance.Furthermore, we recommend a quick, decisive approach on this issue which should consist ofa resolution with binding amendments for further sanctions, given that the prospects of thecurrent diplomatic policy indicate inefficiency.In the current global situation, any possible Iranian cooperation with terrorist organisationshas to be prevented and obliterated. Thus, for any further cooperation the United Kingdom ofGreat Britain is asking for the immediate re-entrance of IAEA-Observers, the full disclosureof any nuclear proliferation actions and a permanent access to the Iranian nuclear facilities.Once more the United Kingdom of Great Britain is underlining that a peaceful, trustingrelationship with the Islamic Republic of Iran is of utmost importance.

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