British MP says pressure will continue if Iran doesn't cave

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February 29, 2012 20:24

 
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British MP Jonathan Davies said that the current course of action taken by Western countries against Iran over its nuclear program would continue if Tehran does not comply with international demands.

"We will only the pressure is working when it [Iran] changes its mind," Davies said.

The recent report by the International Atomic Energy Agency which proved that Iran has stepped up its uranium enrichment program proves Western concerns, Davies - a member of the British Liberal Democrats - explained.

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