Iran insists on right to enrich at nuclear talks in Baghdad

By REUTERS
May 24, 2012 21:43

 
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DUBAI - Iran emphasized its right to continue to enrich uranium during talks with world powers in Baghdad over its nuclear program, the Iranian chief negotiator said on Thursday.

"Of the main topics in using peaceful nuclear, energy is the topic of having the nuclear fuel cycle and enrichment. We emphasize this right.

"This is an undeniable right of the Iranian nation... especially the right to enrich uranium," Saeed Jalili said during a televised news conference after talks ended.

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