Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Jun. 25 Iran said on Sunday that the issue over it suspending uranium enrichment belonged to the past. Iran Focus
Tehran, Iran, Jun. 25 Iran said on Sunday that the issue over it suspending uranium enrichment belonged to the past.
Mentioning the issue of suspending enrichment is a return to the past, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid-Reza Asefi told reporters, adding that Tehran would try to allay the Wests concerns once it gives its response to a package of incentives it has been offered by the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council and Germany.
The P5+1 package was offered in return for Tehran to suspend uranium enrichment.
Asefi urged the West not to be impatient in receiving Tehrans response to the offer.
He denied a report that Iran would be willing to suspend uranium enrichment for a period of three months.