Iran’s Parliament Speaker Gholamali Haddadadel and his delegation look
at construction at the nuclear power plant in Bushehr, south of Tehran,
June 27, 2006.
Britain said on Tuesday that major world powers would not be drawn into talks about talks as they await Iran’s response to their offer of incentives to defuse a standoff over Tehran’s disputed nuclear program.
“What I think there would be some concern about … if we appeared that we were entering into a period of negotiation about negotiations,” British Foreign Minister Margaret Beckett told parliament.
She said the offer was clear that negotiations on Iran’s nuclear program could only resume if Tehran resumed its suspension of enrichment.
Beckett is dreaming if she and Britain think that Iran will EVER agree to halting Iranian uranium enrichment.
Beckett also said Tehran had indicated, both in public and private, that it saw ambiguities in the proposals.
“We are keen to ensure that any ambiguities are resolved,” she said.
“We have been and continue to press the Iranian government for a further meeting to take place between (EU foreign policy chief) Javier Solana and (Iranian chief nuclear negotiator Ali) Larijani and I hope such a meeting will take place in the near future.”
Time is up.
Months and years have passed while the Europeans and now Americans have negotiated with Iran. Iran covets nuclear weapons and they will not stop uranium enrichment.
Iran has negotiated in “bad faith” and their centrifuges have been spinning and enriching uranium ore while talks drag on……
The United States and Israel will deal with Iran’s nuclear program when a “point of no return” is reached.
Iran has had every opportunity. Refer them to the United Nations Security Council for sanctions.
Stay tuned as the G8 nations discuss Iran’s nuclear program in Russia.
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The Natanz uranium enrichment complex in Natanz is pictured in this January 2, 2006 satellite image.