Saturday, September 17, 2005

Iran's offer of nuclear know-how to Islamic countries alarms UN

Independent:There was little celebration at the close of the United Nations summit last night as world leaders returned to their capitals with a set of drastically diluted commitments for reform and combating poverty. And many left more concerned than ever about the confrontation with Iran over its nuclear ambitions.

Diplomats in New York agreed the refusal by Iran to freeze its uranium enrichment programme, in spite of repeated appeals from Britain, France and Germany, was the dominant theme among prime ministers and presidents. Talks between EU foreign ministers and Iran's President and the Foreign Minister here did not go well, sources confirmed. The mood darkened significantly when the new Iranian leader, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, was reported to have said after talks with his Turkish counterpart that Iran was "ready to transfer nuclear know-how to the Islamic countries due to their need".


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