Iran says will not accept symbolic enrichment right

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Tehran, Iran, Jun. 15

By Milad Fashtami - Trend:

Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that is country will not accept a symbolic right to enrich uranium.

"A comprehensive agreement could be reached on Tehran's nuclear program in Vienna," he said, Iran's Tasnim News Agency reported on June 14.

He further warned the western side that they cannot come to the negotiation table with the same proposals that they made in 2005.

"Iran accepted in 2005 to have a symbolic right to enrich uranium, but we will not accept the same thing now," he said.

"The idea that Iran wants to build nuclear weapon is developed to boost Iranophobia in America and Europe," he said.

He added that the talks between Iran and the P5+1 group of countries have reached a critical stage," he said.

Iran's foreign minister once again assured the world that its nuclear program will remain exclusively peaceful.

"The International Atomic Energy Agency has already verified that Tehran has kept up its end of the bargain following the interim nuclear deal in November," he said.

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