Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Friday night said that Teheran was prepared to reach a nuclear fuel agreement with the West if the US and Western powers stopped threatening the Islamic republic, the French News Agency reported.
"Everything is possible ... but not in a climate where they threaten us. They have to change their vocabulary, in respect and legality," Ahmadinejad told AFP in an interview on the sidelines of the climate change summit in Copenhagen.
"In this case we will say, very good you want to keep your word, in this case we are ready to sit down at the table to reach an agreement," the Iranian premier was quoted as saying.
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