Leaves Door Open for Compromise
Fereydoon Abbasi, the director of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, said in Tehran today that the demands by the West as reported by the New York Times for closing and dismantling of Fordo underground uranium enrichment facility and halting the production of 20-percent nuclear fuel do not have any rationale, but left the door open for compromise.
"We do not see any rationale for such a request from the P5+1," Abbasi said. “(But) if they do not threaten us and guarantee that no aggression will occur, then there would be no need for countries to build facilities underground. They (US and EU) should change their behavior and language," he added [ISNA, 8 April].
There is no reason to worry, Israel threatens the west into pushin Irans NO buttons and at the end it wil be Israel hoping the US should do the dirty work for them.
US has plans to sink the USS enterprise in the Persian Gulf and blame Iran for it, and thus start a conflict hoping to occupy Irans Oil fields and have some idiots there declare some Arab country.
Dreams of the idiots.
Iran has been dealing with superpowers of every era.
Iran still "is" and none of them "are".
God is with you IRAN.
just exactly would Iran want with all the 20% refined uraniam it's produced and is still stockpiling?
there's just way too much for medical use or any other civilian use in Iran.
radioactive material is not something that you stick in a closet and don't worry about because you can't have too much and are always running out.
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