A general view shows the nuclear power plant in Bushehr, Iran February 26, 2006. Britain and France plan to introduce on Monday a revised U.N. Security Council draft resolution imposing sanctions on Iran for refusing to suspend uranium enrichment and hope to put the measure to a vote in the next two weeks.
RIA Novosti: Iran rejects new UN resolution in advance – Larijani
Iran has rejected in advance a new UN Security Council resolution, which is currently coordinated by the Iran-6, the country’s top nuclear negotiator said Wednesday.
“The latest draft resolution of the UN Security Council is unacceptable to Iran, as it restricts Iran’s right to use nuclear energy for peaceful purposes,” Ali Larijani said.
Following Tehran’s refusal to halt its uranium enrichment activities or allow inspections of its program in exchange for a package of incentives, European powers drew up proposals on sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
However, objections from Russia and China, which are key economic partners of Tehran and who considered the previous draft excessively harsh, prompted the formulation of a revised version of the resolution.
Larijani said the world community has no grounds for concern regarding the peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear program, as the country “has never used nuclear weapons.”
He said Tehran is ready to resume talks, which were suspended because “Europeans failed to meet their obligations.”
Now, you know why John Bolton resigned. The United States would have to pay Flap a good deal of money to put up with this pathetic and feckless endeavor of negotiating with Iran regarding uranium enrichment.
Isn’t anyone in the United Nations or the EU growing tired of this circular argument and stall game of Ahmadinejad and the Iranian Mullahs?
Israel has already begun their war plans. And Flap bets so has President Bush.
The nuclear “POINT OF NO RETURN” IS fast approaching. Don’t be surprised when spring 2007 arrives and the demand for Gulf oil decreases of an Israeli/American opertion to seize Iranian Gulf Oil operations and a bombing of Naatanz and Bushehr.
The Natanz uranium enrichment complex in Natanz is pictured in this January 2, 2006 satellite image.
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