Saturday, June 24, 2006

Iran Will Respond To Nuclear Proposal By Aug. 22

June 23,2006
-- Iran will respond to an international package of proposals requiring Tehran to halt uranium enrichment by August 22, President Mahmud Ahmadinejad announced on Wednesday.

“We will announce our opinion about the proposals by the end of Mordad,” he said in a speech in the western city of Hamedan.

The Iranian calendar month of Mordad ends on August 22.

Earlier this month, Iran received a package agreed upon by the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia, and China offering trade and technology incentives if Tehran were to halt its sensitive uranium enrichment activities.

“Iran seeks its undeniable right, peace, and unconditional negotiations,” Ahmadinejad said.

The Iranians do not seek to commit aggression toward any country, but they will not bow to the bullying demands of the enemies either, he noted.

He also vowed that his administration would bring to justice those who exploited opportunities in the past for their own benefit.

Ahmadinejad asserted that Iran’s economy does not face any crisis, saying, “Some seek to create a false inflation in the country by disseminating disinformation, but everything is normal and progressing.”

posted by ali ghannadi-irannuk


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