They're actually halting voluntary cooperation with the IAEA. The poor genocidal dears feel as if they're being picked on. "Iran to halt voluntary cooperation with IAEA," from the Tehran Times, November 29:
TEHRAN - Iran officially announced that it will cease its voluntary cooperation with the IAEA after the agency's Board of Governors adopted a resolution against Iran on Friday under pressure by Western countries.
Iran said the drafters of the anti-Iran resolution made a historic mistake and advised the West to discard its policy of confrontation with Tehran.
"To show its goodwill, the Islamic Republic of Iran has so far taken steps beyond its commitments, but this resolution will cause Iran to cooperate with the agency only within the framework of the NPT (nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty)," Ali Asghar Soltanieh, Iran's ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency, said on Friday.
"The Board of Governors' resolution will disrupt the current atmosphere of cooperation and will cause Iran to discontinue its voluntary cooperation which went beyond its commitments," Soltanieh told the Mehr News Agency.
Twenty-five members of the 35-nation board, including Russia and China, voted in favor of the resolution. The resolution criticized Iran for beginning construction of a new uranium enrichment facility at Fordo, which is near Qom, and demanded that it immediately halt its construction. It also criticized Iran for defying a UN Security Council call for it to suspend uranium enrichment.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry also issued a statement on Friday saying Iran sees no need to commit itself to voluntary cooperation with the agency since its fundamental rights as an NPT signatory are not being observed.
The Foreign Ministry called the adoption of the resolution a futile attempt to impose pressure on the Islamic Republic.[...]
"The adoption of this resolution is not only unhelpful for improving the current situation, but it will jeopardize the conducive environment vitally needed for success in the process of the Geneva and Vienna negotiations, expected to lead to a common understanding," Soltanieh told the IAEA meeting. [...]
He added, "We are sure that the authors of the anti-Iran resolution made a historic mistake and will soon discover their mistake."
The ambassador said, "The Westerners must have learned (something) from their previous behavior toward Iran, and they must know that they will receive a negative response if they use aggressive language with Iran."
Iranian aggressive, genocidal rhetoric toward Israel is just fine, mind you. Just don't start complaining about it.