Iran IAEA documents (pdf-text)

The IAEA posts documents, on its website, nearly all of them pdf-text files, an image of the document together with its text, keystrokes, which internet search engines, and the public, can index, search, copy, and print.

But not Iran’s documents.

The IAEA posted some of Iran’s most important documents as pdf-image files, image only, no text, no keystrokes, and so what those documents say can not be indexed, searched, copied, or printed. Whatever you search for, on the internet, the content of those documents will never come to your attention.

These documents explain Iran’s position, with abundant facts, illuminate the sham controversy, fabricated by the P3+1 — viz, the U.S. and its proxy-servants, the EU3 (U.K., France, Germany) — and expose the faults, and dishonesty, in the P3+1 claims and arguments.

I extracted the text of these important documents, with an OCR program (FineReader, optical character recognition), corrected recognition errors, and posted the results here, as pdf-text files, which can be indexed, searched, copied, and printed.

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INFCIRC/661 (IAEA, 17 November 2005) {676kb.pdf, link} {iaea 401kb.pdf image only}. Iran’s reply to IAEA Board of Governors resolution (IAEA GOV/2005/77, 24 September 2005), Contradiction and legal problems of the Board of Governors resolution on the implementation of the NPT Safeguard Agreement in the Islamic Republic of Iran September 2005 (GOV/2005/77), transmitted by Ali Asghar Soltanieh (Iran IAEA ambassador) (Permanent Mission of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, note verbale no. 350-1-17/1609, dated 4 November 2005).

INFCIRC/665 (IAEA, 27 January 2006) {657kb.pdf, link} {iaea 1.7mb.pdf image only}. Short Glance on Iranian Nuclear Issue (January 22 2006), transmitted by Ali Asghar Soltanieh (Iran IAEA ambassador) (Permanent Mission of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, note verbale no. 010/2006, dated January 24 2006) (“aimed at further enlightening Member States about aspects of nuclear policy and program of the Islamic Republic of Iran”).

INFCIRC/666 (IAEA, 2 February 2006) {581kb.pdf, link} {iaea 310kb.pdf image only}, distributing a letter dated February 2 2006 from Ali Ardashir Larijani (secretary of the supreme security council of Iran) to Mohamed ElBaradei (IAEA director general), transmitted by Ali Asghar Soltanieh (Iran IAEA ambassador) (Permanent Mission of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, note verbale no. 0026/2006, dated February 2 2006) (“regarding the emergency meeting of the IAEA Board of Governors” on February 4 2006, which referred Iran to the U.N. Security Council).

INFCIRC/786 (IAEA, 2 March 2010) {1.26mb.pdf, link} {iaea 895kb.pdf image only} (“Communication dated 1 March 2010 received from the Permanent Mission of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the Agency regarding the implementation of safeguards in Iran”), distributing Iran’s reply to IAEA GOV/2010/10 (“Explanatory note by the Permanent Mission of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the IAEA on the Report of the Director General on implementation of Safeguards in Iran (GOV/2010/10)”).

Charles Judson Harwood Jr (WarLaw)
Posted November 21 2009, updated March 3 2010.

{more to come}

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