Russian delegate, though I am appreciative of the point you stressed, please elaborate on why you voted in favor of Security Council resolutions 1696 and 1737.
See you soon,
Delegation of Iran
This forum is a lobbying place for MUN delegates to get prepared for the actual SalMUN 2009 Conference in Bahia!
In regards to that, the Iranian delegate is much pleased to announce the following: The UN's chief weapons inspector, Mohamed ElBaradei, said today he had seen "no credible evidence" that Iran is developing nuclear weapons, rejecting British intelligence allegations that a weapons programme has been going on for at least four years. So much for an acquaintance...Mohammed El-Baradei, a common acquaintance of ours, is one that has confirmed the information as being completely reliable and cohesive with data collected over an extended period of time.
Iran wrote:Delegate of the UK, first things first: what makes you accredit the reliability of the CIA (the leading American sponsored intelligence network) as absolute? Delegate, if you insist on playing cards solely from the United States' deck, I must warn that such biased layout of facts will not be tolerated -- neither in this forum nor in the actual SALMUN conference.
The delegate apologizes for the random info, but the delegate believes that Iran is innocent because, although it is enriching uranium, Ahmadinejad has stated that the Nuclear Program is being used to create energy such that it has announced that it is working in a 360MWe nuclear power plant. About testing missiles, The UN has warheads, the USA has warheads and Russia has warheads (without naming others). Iran does not even have 1 nuke. It only has missiles, which it is testing. Doesn't the delegate agree that a country should have the right to guarantee that its own products DO work? Israel has tested various missiles over the years. WHY does it do that? Because it wants to be sure that in a future conflict it will be capable of using it! Don't act like a hypoocrite.israel_andrea wrote:Saying a bunch of random information will get you no where. What the Israeli delegate understood was that Iran doesn't recognize Israel as a sovereign country. In September 2009, Iran shot 'test' missles at Israel. Therefore, Iran with nuclear weapons would be disastrous. Also, saying that Israel does not admit having nuclear weapons just strengthens my case, because Israel is responsible and doesn't have nuclear weapons. But does the UAE delegate really believe that Iran is so innocent? That it isn't aiding Hezbollah and Al-Qaeda? Truely ask yourself, and maybe the delegate's eyes might open.
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