Friday, January 13, 2006

Processing And Enrichment

Iran Threatens to End Nuclear Cooperation
13 January 2006

AP (TEHRAN)-Iran said Friday (13 January 2006), that if referred to the UN Security Council, they would end surprise inspections and other cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency. The president vowed that sanctions would not intimidate his country. Iran's tough line came as Europe and the United States were trying to build support for hauling Iran before the Security Council. They faced resistance from China, which warned the move could only escalate the confrontation. In Washington, President Bush and German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged U.N. intervention. The world needs to "send a common message to Iran that their behavior ... is unacceptable," Bush said. Source:

Comment: Iran insists its program is peaceful, intended only to produce electricity. But it has insisted on its right to conduct uranium enrichment, a process that can produce reactor fuel or material for a nuclear bomb.


Blogger PA VET said...

I like what you have done with the place!

The tiny url looks good and the pictures add a lot...

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