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Resolutions and political pressure will not compel Iran to give up its legitimate rights to a peaceful use of atomic energy
Resolutions and political pressure will not compel Iran to give up its legitimate rights to a peaceful use of atomic energy, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Thursday as he addressed a public rally in the northwest Iranian province of Zanjan. He made the statement, broadcast by national TV, just a day before Friday’s session of the UN Security Council, where the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Mohammed El-Baradei will make a report on Iran’s nuclear program. Aiming his words at political opponents in the West, Ahmadinejad said: “If they seek to encroach on the rights of the Iranian people, they’ll suffer a shameful defeat.” Ahmadinejad recalled that Iran was a nuclear power, but said: “This country stands for peace and doesn’t threaten anyone.”
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