NewsSpecial WireIran says won't halt atomic work for "one second"

Iran says won’t halt atomic work for “one second”

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Reuters: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Sunday Iran will not stop its atomic work despite a new U.N. sanctions resolution and will “adjust” its ties with those behind the measure. TEHRAN (Reuters) – Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Sunday Iran will not stop its atomic work despite a new U.N. sanctions resolution and will “adjust” its ties with those behind the measure.

“Iran will not stop its peaceful and legal nuclear trend even for one second because of such an illegal resolution,” the president said on his Web site www.president.ir.

“The Iranian nation will not forget those who backed and those who rejected (the resolution), while adjusting its international relations,” he said without indicating what that adjustment in ties would entail.

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