Iranian interior minister arrives in China with pledge to cooperate with UN

September 13, 2007 18:37

Iran's interior minister arrived in Beijing for nuclear consultations on Thursday, a day after Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warned against UN Security Council intervention in his country's disputed nuclear activities. Following his arrival, Mostafa Pour Mohammadi said Iran was "willing to enhance cooperation with relevant international organizations and we welcome full inspections on our nuclear activities," according to China's official Xinhua News Agency. "We will conduct nuclear activities legally, abiding by a series of international laws and regulations," Xinhua quoted Pour Mohammadi as saying.

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