Ahmadinejad vows no concessions over nuclear program

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad vowed Wednesday that Iran would not give any concessions to the West over it nuclear program, only days after a UN report said Teheran had been generally truthful about key aspects of its nuclear history. Ahmadinejad said concessions to the United States and its allies would only result in more concessions further down the road over its controversial nuclear program. "They want get a small concession from us, for instance, that we won't go beyond a certain point within the next four years or we annually make just a certain amount of progress," Ahmadinejad told thousands of people in the northwestern Iranian city of Ardabil. "This will become a legal precedent. Then, they will come and threaten us to obtain another concession," he added.