Iran's FM too busy to attend security conference

TEHERAN, Iran— Iran's foreign minister and nuclear chief on Saturday said he is too busy to attend an international security conference where his country's suspected nuclear weapons ambitions featured prominently in the past.
Ali Akbar Salehi's decision was reported Saturday by the semi-official Iranian news agency Isna. It came several days after Britain's defense secretary said Teheran might be able to develop nuclear weapons by next year.
Last year, Iran was represented at the annual security conference in Germany.