( dpa ) - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Wednesday said Iran would go its own nuclear way regardless of the agreement reached by the five veto powers plus Germany in Berlin.
"The Iranians have chosen their own way and will go on with it and such illegal decisions (made in Berlin) will have no effect at all on our will," ISNA news agency quoted Ahmadinejad as saying after the cabinet meeting in Tehran.
The five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany agreed on the content of a third UN resolution to put pressure Iran to abandon aspects of its nuclear programme at a meeting in Berlin Tuesday.
"Nobody outside the IAEA framework has the right to interfere in our (nuclear) affairs, let alone try to impose anything on us," the president said in a first Iranian reaction to the Berlin meeting.
"We just tell them (six states) to stop trying to intimidate us with the UN Security Council ... such decisions just jeopardize their own (international) credit," he added.
Ahmadinejad said the Iranian stance was "clear" and as far as he was concerned, the Iranian nuclear programme was peaceful, all questions by the IAEA had been replied to and "therefore the nuclear issue is finished."
"These states have already made two mistakes (UN resolutions) before and I tell them not to make a new mistake by issuing another UN resolution as this would just cause problems for them (and not Iran)," the president said.