Iran: No talks if nuclear rights not recognized

August 7, 2007 15:36

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Tuesday that his country would continue pursuing nuclear energy and would refuse to talk with any countries that did not recognize Iran's right to civilian nuclear power. "Iran cannot hold discussions with countries that do not recognize this right," he told a news conference during a visit to Algiers. "The Iranian people will ... continue their efforts toward acquiring nuclear energy for peaceful ends."

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