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UN Envoy Says Iran 'Will Never Stop' Enrichment

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Iran's envoy to the United Nations nuclear watchdog agency has vowed that the Islamic republic "will never stop" its controversial uranium enrichment program.

Ali Asghar Soltanieh, Tehran's envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), told reporters that Iran intends to continue enrichment under IAEA supervision.

The statement came as Tehran on August 28 formally took over the leadership of the Nonaligned Movement (NAM), the 51-year-old grouping of states that do not consider themselves part of any major power bloc.

Iran is this week hosting a summit of NAM leaders.

The UN Security Council has imposed four rounds of sanctions against Iran for refusing to halt uranium enrichment, a process that could be directed toward development of a nuclear weapon.

Iran denies any effort to make an atomic bomb.



Based on reporting by AFP, Reuters, and dpa
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by: Bill Webb from: Phoenix Arizona USA
August 29, 2012 03:40
The iranian enrichment program will stop. The question is, what will happen to them for not doing it voluntarily.

by: Konstantin from: Los Angeles
August 29, 2012 21:24
Who stole my comment on Liberman interviw article?
I offered better consept to see the nuclear World than the article
and its commentaries, and the whole thing vanished!
It happens sometimes on this forum!

Are World mediocre leaders trying plagiarize me again,
as a new wording to see known World concept and get Medals and Noble Prizes?
Or they planning war and affraid that my reasoning might prevent it?
Or the Free Europe located in Germany, where
"gesheft-mahers" cannot help it but take?

Or, as during Cold War, Free Europe is staffed by
plagio-spies-perverts-provocateurs from all over the World?

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