Report: Rouhani says Iran won’t give up one iota of its nuclear rights

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September 10, 2013 10:58

 
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Iran’s newly installed president, Hassan Rouhani, vowed that Tehran “will not give up one iota” of its nuclear rights, the Mehr news agency reported.

Rouhani reportedly made the remarks to a group of clerics in Iran.

"Our government will not give up one iota of its absolute rights" on the nuclear issue, Rouhani said.

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