Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki reiterated Tuesday his country would never again suspend uranium enrichment - a move that the United States says is essential for Washington-Teheran negotiations.
Demands for enrichment to be suspended were "illegitimate" and "will never materialize," Mottaki told a conference in Teheran.
However, Iran is prepared to negotiate about its nuclear program "without any preconditions," he said.
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