Wednesday, January 04, 2006

The Nuclear Crisis: The Islamic Regime threatens South Korea

Iran Press News: Translation by Banafsheh Zand-Bonazzzi.
The South Korean newspaper, The Hankyoreh reports that the Islamic regime has threatened the South Korean government, demanding that they do not vote against the Islamic regime in the March meeting of the IAEA or else there will be major backlash in the relations of the regime with South Korea.

Based on this report, after the October session of the IAEA, where South Korea voted against the Islamic regime, the import of South Korean goods into Iran was discontinued. A South Korean authority, in an interview with the newspaper, The Korea Times clearly indicated that Seoul will not be pressured by the Islamic regimes threats and will certainly not reconsider its' stance where the IRI’s nuclear pursuits are concerned. This authority also reiterated that South Korea would continue to support the international community's objections in the face of the proliferation of nuclear arms around the world.