Iranian FM: Iran will not compromise its justified positions

April 12, 2010 00:41


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Iranian Foreign Minister Manuchehr Mutekki said that was acting reasonably and basing its policies on foundations laid by the Ayatollah Khamenei,. Mutekki was addressing students in Teheran on Sunday, Israeli Radio reported.

Mutekki claimed that is aware of the whereabouts of Shaharam Amiri, the nuclear scientist who disappeared and said that he is hiding in the .

Meanwhile, the head of Intelligence and Operations of the Iranian army General Mustafa Salami, threatened that any attack by the or would meet crushing opposition. He added that 's security forces are on high alert and would react to any threat to the Islamic republic. He called on the to withdraw all forces from the immediately.

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