Iran Nuclear NewsIran decides to reject demands it freeze sensitive nuclear...

Iran decides to reject demands it freeze sensitive nuclear work: report

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AFP: Iran’s leadership has decided to reject demands that it suspend uranium enrichment as part of an international proposal aimed at resolving a nuclear crisis, a senior official was quoted as saying Saturday. TEHRAN, July 15, 2006 (AFP) – Iran’s leadership has decided to reject demands that it suspend uranium enrichment as part of an international proposal aimed at resolving a nuclear crisis, a senior official was quoted as saying Saturday.

“In the West’s proposal, two preconditions are raised: suspending nuclear activities and responding to the questions of the board of governors” of the International Atomic Energy Agency, said Abdolreza Rahmani-Fazli, the deputy secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council.

“The leadership has reached the conclusion that it will not accept the precondition set by the Europeans,” he was quoted by semi-official Mehr news agency, which is close to the Islamic republic’s top national security body.

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