NewsSpecial WireAhmadinejad says Iran ended nuclear suspension

Ahmadinejad says Iran ended nuclear suspension

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Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran Jan. 03 – Iran’s hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told the county’s Majlis, or Parliament, on Tuesday that Tehran had formally informed the International Atomic Energy Agency, the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog, that it has started work at is massive nuclear enrichment site in Natanz, a state-run news agency reported. Iran Focus

Tehran, Iran Jan. 03 – Iran’s hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told the county’s Majlis, or Parliament, on Tuesday that Tehran had formally informed the International Atomic Energy Agency, the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog, that it has started work at is massive nuclear enrichment site in Natanz, a state-run news agency reported.

Ahmadinejad told Majlis deputies, “Iran announced in a letter to the secretary general of the [International Atomic Energy”> Agency that it had formally commenced nuclear research”, Fars News Agency reported.

The IAEA said in a statement on Tuesday that it had received an official memorandum from the permanent mission of the Islamic Republic of Iran in which Iran made clear that it “has decided to resume from 9 January 2006 those R & D (research and development) on the peaceful nuclear energy programme which has been suspended as part of its expanded voluntary and non-legally binding suspension”.

The UN nuclear watchdog said it was important that Iran “maintains its suspension of all enrichment-related activities as a key confidence-building measure”.

Ahmadinejad said the West was creating obstacles to prevent Iran from attaining “peaceful nuclear technology”.

“They are angry with Iran and they have a right to be, because the Iranian people have disturbed their domination of the world”, he said. “Our response to them is: be so angry with us that you die of anger”.

Ahmadinejad said Iran will consider the Russian proposal, but added that “we will not lose our main line, which is the wish of the Iranian nation to carry out the peaceful nuclear technology on our own soil in Iran”.

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