Monday, July 03, 2006

Suspension, Not on Iran Agenda

Iranian Student News Agency:
Iran's National Security Council Strategic deputy called West's continues haste and pressures on Iran so to answer to the proposed nuclear pack, suspicious. "The fact that they are interpreting Iran's studies as time wasting is one of the suspicious issues of this process," said Ali Husseini Tash.

"Iran will not suspend its nuclear activities and believes that there is no need for negotiations regarding a matter which is already approved as its legitimate right according to the Non-Proliferation Treaty," commented Husseini Tash.

"One thing that is clear is that this proposal had many ambiguous sections and so to answer we need time to comprehensively review it," he emphasized.