Iran: Accept nuclear deal 'as is', no sanctions - or no deal

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May 22, 2010 20:35

 
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Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani warned on Saturday that Iran would not abide by the agreement to send much of its enriched uranium to Turkey for further enrichment, if the G5+1 powers negotiating with Iran over its nuclear program do not approve it in its entirety.

Earlier Saturday, Deputy Parliament Speaker Mohammad Reza Bahonar said Iran would abandon the fuel deal if the UN Security Council approves the fourth round of sanctions, promoted by the US delegation in coordination with the other permanent Security Council members: the UK, France, Russia and China, Israel Radio reported.

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