Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Iran says it hopes for nuclear restart on Wednesday

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Yahoo
Iran said it hoped to restart work at a uranium conversion plant on Wednesday, rejecting as unacceptable a proposal by the U.N. nuclear watchdog that it wait a week for surveillance equipment to be installed.
The European Union has warned Iran that any resumption of nuclear fuel activities would mean an end to two years of negotiations over Iran's atomic ambitions, which Tehran says are peaceful but which the West suspects are aimed at making a bomb.The EU would then back U.S. calls to start a process that could end in the Islamic Republic being referred to theU.N. Security Council for possible sanctions.


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