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President slams West's nuclear approach

Saturday, October 20, 2007

Iran's president slams the West for not observing the international law and its commitments regarding Tehran's peaceful nuclear program.

Referring to the West's political approach toward Iran's nuclear activities, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad blamed Europe and the US for derailing negotiations on Iran's dossier by insisting on sending it to the UN Security Council.

Ahmadinejad said," They thought they would be able to achieve their goals by resorting to threats but ... they forget that the Iranian nation is not in the habit of surrendering."

Highlighting the significance of Iran's independent efforts to master nuclear technology, he described Iran's nuclear achievements as greater than the movement to nationalize the country's oil industry in the early 1950s.

Ahmadinejad went on to sharply criticize the Western governments for "wronging" Iran, warning them against repeating their disgraceful experiences in respect of other countries.

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