Armita: “he was a scientist who had nothing to do with violence”
WANA (Mar 06) – During his recent trip to Tehran, Rafael Grossi was the guest of a number of nuclear experts and the families of nuclear scientists who were assassinated. At the banquet organized by Iran’s atomic agency, Armita Rezaeinejad, the daughter of one of the nuclear scientists who was assassinated by Israel, according to the Iranian government, reminded the head of the IAEA again of her father’s assassination and talked about the dangerous effects of sanctions on the health of the Iranians.
Armita Rezainejad said in this meeting that she had a normal life until 11 years ago, but 6 bullets changed her life. She refers to the number of bullets fired by the terrorist towards his father.
“When my father was martyred, he was a (nuclear) scientist who had nothing to do with violence, and I’m not alone, and that’s just part of the story.” she added.
Another concern of the Iranian nuclear scientist’s daughter was related to the issue of sanctions, she recalled that the sanctions have put many patients in a dangerous situation. “Many patients are dying because of the lack of medicine and some are dying because of the bad economic conditions resulting from the sanctions, the sanctions that the United States has imposed.” Armita said.
It can be said that the main request of the Iranian nuclear scientist’s daughter to Grossi as the head of International Atomic Energy Agency was that his reports about Iran’s nuclear activities be “impartial and fair”. A request that refers to the previous reports of the IAEA, which the Iranian side never considered them as a fair report.