Iran Nuclear NewsIran rules out halting sensitive nuclear work

Iran rules out halting sensitive nuclear work

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ImageReuters: Iran rejected on Saturday any suspension of its nuclear enrichment program, after the EU's top diplomat handed Tehran a world powers' offer of economic benefits to try and persuade it to stop such work.

ImageTEHRAN (Reuters) – Iran rejected on Saturday any suspension of its nuclear enrichment program, after the EU's top diplomat handed Tehran a world powers' offer of economic benefits to try and persuade it to stop such work.

"If the package (from six major powers) includes suspension it is not debatable at all," government spokesman Gholamhossein Elham told reporters.

(Reporting by Hashem Kalentari and Parisa Hafezi; Writing by Fredrik Dahl)

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