Iran will leave the issue, concerning its participation in a meeting on Afghanistan, to be held in London, on the agenda if it is cleared, what work participants of the meeting will have and what role Iran will have in it, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast said at a press-conference today, MEHR agency reported.
Answering the question about the delay, given by Western countries to provide the
Tehran reactor with required fuel, Mehmanparast said that Iran continues its peaceful nuclear program in in a natural manner. Nothing will interfere it.
"If the agreement to provide Tehran's reactor with fuel is achieved, we will welcome this action. Otherwise, we continue our activity to concentrate 20-percent-uranium," he said.
Expressing his attitude towards reducing the ties with Great Britain, Mehmanparast said that though the parliament has approved the project to reduce ties with Great Britain, weakening or intensification of ties between two countries is a long process. "These issues must be thoroughly considered. We are closely observing the actions of foreign countries. But weakening of ties with Great Britain is not on the agenda," he said.