Ahmadinejad: No western offer would stop uranium enrichment

By REUTERS
June 7, 2011 16:45

 
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TEHRAN - No offer from the world powers that have held negotiations with Iran about its nuclear program could persuade the Islamic state to stop its uranium enrichment, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Tuesday.

When asked at a news conference whether the P5+1 group -- the United States, France, Germany, China, Russia and Britain -- could offer any incentive to stop Iran's enrichment, he answered with the one word: "No".

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