Europe calls emergency IAEA meeting on Iran

January 16, 2006 20:56

Powerful members of the United Nations Security Council and Germany agreed Monday that Iran must fully suspend its nuclear program, Britain's Foreign Office said following a day long meeting in London. The Foreign Office said in a statement that the six countries had shown "serious concern over Iranian moves to restart uranium enrichment activities" and that they agreed on the need for Iran to "return to full suspension."

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