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Ahmadinejad say Iran will not negotiate on enrichment

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Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Jun. 04 – Iran’s hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced that Iran had an “inalienable right” to carry out uranium enrichment and that it was not willing to negotiate over the matter with any other country, state television reported on Sunday. Iran Focus

Tehran, Iran, Jun. 04 – Iran’s hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced that Iran had an “inalienable right” to carry out uranium enrichment and that it was not willing to negotiate over the matter with any other country, state television reported on Sunday.

“Production of nuclear fuel technology for peaceful purposes is part of our inalienable and legal rights and we will not negotiate with anyone over our rights”, Ahmadinejad said at a ceremony at the tomb of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini on Saturday.

“Negotiating over the inalienable right of a nation is tantamount to negotiating over the country’s independence. We will not negotiate with anyone over our independence”, he said.

The hard-line president said that the Tehran was not prepared to hold talks with preconditions, adding that it was in no rush to take a position on the latest package of incentives that it will be offered in the coming days in exchange for it to abandon its uranium enrichment activities.

On Saturday, state television reported that Iran’s hard-line Ahmadinejad told United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan in a telephone conversation that the Islamic Republic was prepared to hold talks over its atomic program providing no preconditions were set.

Separately, the German new agency DPA reported on Saturday that Ahmadinejad was planning to travel to Germany if Iran’s national football squad made it through to the second round of the World Cup.

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