Monday, June 19, 2006

Iran ready to limit nuclear program - report

06.18.2006, 10:35 PM
nuclear iran-- Iran is ready to limit its nuclear program but will not suspend uranium enrichment as a precondition for international talks, the Financial Times reported citing sources.

'Around 70 pct of senior people may be prepared, under pressure, to accept an eventual limit on the number of centrifuges (for enriching uranium),' one of two anonymous sources was quoted as saying.

The source added that Tehran would give the international community 'objective guarantees' of the peaceful nature of its nuclear program.

On Sunday UN chief Kofi Annan said the government of Iran is looking 'seriously' at a new international offer of incentives for Tehran to give up uranium enrichment.

'We do have an opportunity to really move ahead and resolve this issue diplomatically,' Annan said in Copenhagen after a meeting with Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

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source:AFX News Limited
posted by ali ghannadi-irannuk

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