Sunday, April 8, 2012

...will the persians becoma a N. Korea...?

IRAN, and if they will make it through a War like N. Korea
Iran rejects West's 'demands' before elusive talks

(AFP) – 7 hours ago

TEHRAN — Iran on Sunday rejected demands the West is reportedly to submit at talks due to take place in days, saying it will neither close its Fordo nuclear bunker nor give up higher-level uranium enrichment.

Those two demands, outlined by European and US diplomats to The New York Times newspaper, were "irrational," the head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation, Fereydoon Abbasi Davani, told ISNA news agency in a lengthy interview.

Fordo, an underground bunker near the holy city of Qom, "is built underground because of sanctions and the threats of attacks," he pointed out.

"If they do not threaten us and guarantee that no aggression will occur, then there would be no need for countries to build facilities underground. They should change their behaviour and language," he said.

Iran's enrichment of uranium to 20 percent purity would likewise continue, despite unease from members of the P5+1 group -- the five permanent UN Security Council members plus Germany -- that it produced uranium stock just a few steps short of military-grade 90-percent purity, Abbasi Davani said.

"We do not see any rationale for such a request from the P5+1," he said.

But, he added, "We will not produce 20 percent enrichment fuel more than what we need, because it is not in our benefit to produce and keep it."

Iran says it needs 20-percent enriched uranium to produce medical isotopes in its Tehran research reactor, and lower, 3.5-percent enriched uranium for electricity generation in its Bushehr reactor.

It insists that its entire nuclear programme is for exclusively peaceful ends.

The United States and its European allies, however, fear the higher enrichment is part of a drive to develop a nuclear weapons capability.

Irán rechaza exigencias de Israel y Occidente ante diálogo nuclear
Israel exigió a Irán nuevamente la renuncia al enriquecimiento de uranio al 20%, dijo el ministro de Defensa israelí, Ehud Barak, citado por su oficina. Las reservas enriquecidas a ese nivel deben además sacarse del país.

domingo 8 de abril de 2012 12:27 PM

Teherán.- Irán rechazó hoy las exigencias de Israel y Occidente ante la prevista reanudación el viernes en Estambul de las conversaciones con la comunidad internacional para negociar sobre su controvertido programa nuclear.

Israel insiste en que la Agencia Internacional de la Energía Atómica (AIEA) vigile en su totalidad el programa nuclear iraní. Además, Teherán debe declarar todas las actividades en sectores que pudieran formar parte de un programa militar. Israel exige además el cierre de la instalación nuclear subterránea de Fordo, mantenida mucho tiempo en secreto, informó DPA.

A cambio, Irán recibiría barras de combustible para su reactor de investigación.

"Esas demandas no son racionales", dijo el director de la autoridad de la energía nuclear iraní, Fereydun Abbasi, citado por la agencia de noticias Isna.

El presidente Mahmoud Ahmadinejad reiteró su posición de que Irán no renunciará bajo ninguna circunstancia a un programa nuclear con fines civiles, ni con nuevas sanciones o amenazas militares.

_____________________________________ far folks, if U.S.A. does not want to permit IRAN nuclear atomic bomb capability, and ISRAEL not even the nuclear capability...! WE WOULD BE ALL ADVISED TO "DIG IN"...!
...only if IRAN can become a N. Korea, will there be two real "shit asses"...!