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EU – Iran Nuclear Negotiations.

Posted by QB on October 4, 2006

European negotiator showing his frustrations with negotiating Iran on uranium enrichment and said that these negotiations are not going forward to reach an mutual agreement with Iran refusing to stop its enrichment program. EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana said if negotiations stopped than the matter will go into UN Security Council which is kind of threat of imposing sancations on Iran. Iran President Ahmadinejad is firm that sanctions will not make them to stop their peaceful neclear program.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warned the West that sanctions would not stop his government from uranium enrichment.

“You are mistaken if you assume that the Iranian nation will stop for even a moment from the path toward using nuclear energy due to your nagging,” he told supporters, drawing chants of “Death to America!” from a crowd in Hashtgerd, outside the Iranian capital, Tehran.

“It’s been 27 years that they (the West) haven’t allowed us to use technologies that they possess,” Ahmadinejad said. “This nation is powerful and won’t give in to one iota of coercion.”

Ahmadinejad also announced that Iran’s nuclear facilities will be open for torrorists to show West that their program is peaceful and they have nothing to hide. Also Iranian Partiliment voted to debate a bill to finger print US citizens visiting Iran and this is in response to US finger printing Iranian citizens.

Interesting situation developing.


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