Ahmadinejad tells 'Time': Obama shouldn't push Iran on new revelations

Ahmadinejad tells Time

September 25, 2009 19:20


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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Friday warned US President Barack Obama not to push Teheran over new revelations that the country has been building a secret uranium enrichment plant. In a Time interview which came as Obama spoke at the G-20 summit in Pittsburgh, Ahmadinejad said "If I were Obama's adviser, I would definitely advise him to refrain making this statement because it is definitely a mistake." "It would definitively be a mistake," Time further quoted the Iranian president as saying. He claimed that Teheran was not concealing any information from the International Atomic Energy Agency, saying "We have no secrecy, we work within the framework of the IAEA."

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