Spokesman: Iran may continue suspension of uranium enrichment activities
Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman, Hamid Reza Asefi, said on Sunday that Tehran would continue suspension of its uranium enrichment activities, if the EU latest proposal was accepted by the Iranian senior officials.
"Should the authorities accept the EU proposal, we will continue suspension of the enrichment program, otherwise, the Uranium Conversion Facility of Isfahan will resume its activities," Asefi told local and foreign reporters during his weekly press conference.
The "Major EU3" provided its latest offer to the Iranian nuclear negotiators during their last Wednesday meeting in Geneva. According to IRNA, Asefi added that the talks were held in a "completely different atmosphere comparing to the previous meetings."
He stressed that in their new proposal, the EU 3 have committed to present their "detailed" plan for all subjects within two months (by early August)."
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