NATO Secretary-General urges Iran to halt uranium enrichment program
Georgia, Tbilisi, Nov. 9 / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has urged Iran to stop its uranium enrichment program.
NATO does not pursue a separate policy on the Iran issue and cooperates in this matter with the international community, Rasmussen said Wednesday in Georgian capital Tbilisi.
"It is the international community that should take decisions regarding Iran's nuclear policy and NATO will support these decisions," he said.
Rasmussen said that 50 countries of the world currently posess booster rockets, or wish to have them.
"In these circumstances, we are developing a joint missile defense system that will protect the peoples of the countries, united in the Alliance," said NATO Secretary General.