Iran Faces Sanctions due to Violation of Uranium Enrichment Monopoly: Head of Iranian Consulting Council

Politics Materials 1 August 2008 16:18 (UTC +04:00)

Azerbaijan, Baku, 1 August /   Trend / Violation a monopoly on enrichment of uranium Iran is the main reason of a sabotage and negative attitude to this country, Hashimi Rafsanjani, the head of the Iranian Consulting Council, said. He noted that this issue was not a simple, on the contrary, more difficult than war, the Iranian IRNA news agency reported.

According to Rafsanjani, the countries possessing hi-tech immediately impose sanctions on the relations with the countries, who try to enter the frames, which have been built by them.

"We should strengthen our resistance and efforts and at the same time we should be enterprising," Rafsanjani said. Iran did not intend to produce atomic weapons, which was proved in the war with Iraq. "When our people, poisoned with chemical substances, are treated in Europe, it is clear where this weapon is produced," Rafsanjani said.

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