Iran: Uranium enrichment to return to agenda
Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid Reza Asefi on Sunday stressed that uranium enrichment will definitely be on Iran's agenda in the future. Addressing domestic and foreign journalists during his weekly press briefing, he added that the issue (of uranium enrichment) is Iran's decisive red line.
On the US threats against Iran, he said, "We are not willing to see Iran's nuclear dossier is sent to the UN Security Council but we will not be concerned even if the case is sent to the world body." If the US, Europe or any other country thinks that by making such threats the Islamic Republic may ignore its legitimate rights, it is making a big mistake, Asefi noted, according to IRNA.
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