Iran Nuclear NewsIran May Resume Nuclear Program Next Week If EU...

Iran May Resume Nuclear Program Next Week If EU Talks End

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Bloomberg: Iran may resume its nuclear program in the coming week if the Islamic Republic fails to reach an agreement with the European Union on the suspension of uranium- enrichment activities, an Iranian official said. “Parts
of the activities may be resumed in Isfahan next week” Hassan Rouhani, secretary of Iran’s Supreme Security Council said today, the state-run Iranian News Agency reported. Bloomberg

Iran may resume its nuclear program in the coming week if the Islamic Republic fails to reach an agreement with the European Union on the suspension of uranium- enrichment activities, an Iranian official said.

“Parts of the activities may be resumed in Isfahan next week” Hassan Rouhani, secretary of Iran’s Supreme Security Council said today, the state-run Iranian News Agency reported.

Iran is building a heavy-water nuclear reactor that it says is for generating electricity, and the country has rejected calls by the U.S. for it to abandon the program. France, the U.K. Germany have been seeking to limit Iran’s program through negotiations.

Iran suspended its nuclear activities in November, 2004 to allow United Nations inspectors to visit the sites. The U.S. says Iran, the site of the world’s second-largest oil reserves, intends to use nuclear power to make weapons. Iran rejects the U.S. claims.

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