This comes two days after senior IAEA investigators ended talks with Iranian officials on allegations the Islamic Republic may have carried out tests on triggers for atomic weapon.
Soltaneih said his country will not “for a moment,” listen to the demands put forth by the UN. He claimed the program is for producing nuclear fuel and for other peaceful purposes. He added that thus, it was Tehran’s right under the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty.
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