Iran's top nuclear negotiator said the country will push forward immediately with efforts to enirch uranium after the UN Security Council imposed sanctions designed to stop the nuclear efforts, a newspaper reported Sunday.
"From Sunday morning, we will begin activities at Natanz - site of 3,000-centrifuge machines - and we will drive it with full speed. It will be our immediate response to the resolution," the Kayhan newspaper quoted Ali Larijani, Iran's top nuclear negotiator, as saying.
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