Iran Nuclear NewsIran's Mottaki quoted: won't suspend research

Iran’s Mottaki quoted: won’t suspend research

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Reuters: Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki told Japan on Monday that Tehran will not suspend its atomic research and development, a Japanese Foreign Ministry official said. TOKYO (Reuters) – Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki told Japan on Monday that Tehran will not suspend its atomic research and development, a Japanese Foreign Ministry official said.

Mottaki made the remarks during a meeting with Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Aso in Tokyo, the official said.

Iran has already been reported to the U.N. Security Council — which has the power to impose sanctions — after failing to convince the world that its nuclear ambitions are entirely peaceful. Tehran flatly denies trying to develop nuclear arms.

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