With no evidence whatever proving it, it implied Tehran's moving closer to weapon-grade material. It falsely alleged Iran's Panchin facility conducts nuclear related explosive tests.
Panchin is a conventional military site. Most nations have similar ones. Only Iran is called a nuclear threat.
Media scoundrels took full advantage. They downplayed or ignored summit achievements while headlining IAEA implied accusations. In fact, they're more smoke than fire.
Deep in its report, IAEA said most Iranian fuel is enriched far below weapons grade. Conversion would be hard at best. In addition, much new material is in metal form for use in a nuclear research reactor. Uranium in this form can't be enriched to weapons grade.
In other words, an alleged threat doesn't exist. What should have been headlined was ignored or downplayed. The timing tried to undermine Iran's summit success.
According to Britain's International Institute for Strategic Studies research analyst/project coordinator Dina Esfandiary, the event showed Iran "still has friends and trade partners despite international efforts to isolate it."
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad' s closing speech said:
NAM summit achievements were "unprecedented." "(B)right, glorious and effective" prospects lie ahead.
"The important political message by NAM to the international community is the message of friendship and peace and its readiness to tackle global challenges."
"All the members underlined the necessity for fundamental transformation in the global management and interactions. All the members emphasized public participation in the management (of the world) based on justice and amity as the foundation of sustainable peace."
"All the members underlined the (need for the) promotion of the status of the movement and the preparation of the grounds for the establishment of the required structures for the mutual reinforcement of the members' capabilities and joint involvement in the global interactions and equations."
Ahmadinejad also stressed the importance of avoiding conflict. He highlighted the need for logic and dialogue in dealing with major global challenges.
He urged participants to establish a temporary secretariat and organize NAM's structure.
Member states warned about plots to sow discord. They also expressed concern about certain nations seeking world dominance at the expense of others.
The final communique contained around 700 clauses. Topics addressed included: