posted on Jun, 19 2004 @ 06:34 AM
TEHRAN - Iran is to reconsider its decision to suspend uranium enrichment, Hassan Rowhani, the chief of the Islamic republic's nuclear programme,
told the official IRNA news agency. In comments one day after the International Atomic Energy Agency, the UN nuclear watchdog, adopted a resolution
critical of Tehran, Rowhani said: "Iran is going to reconsider its decision to suspend enrichment."
Iran Will Announce Whether It Will Resume Uranium Enrichment, Leaders Say Activities Are Legal
The International Atomic Energy Agency has questioned work at those two plants, and in a resolution adopted Friday rebuked Iran for past cover-ups in
its nuclear program. The document warned the Islamic republic it has little time left to disprove it has a nuclear weapons program.
Iran says its nuclear activities are only for peaceful purposes.
"The work at Isfahan and Arak is not up for bargaining," Rowhani said. "Iran has already made its decision about Isfahan and Arak and the work will
Iran is building a heavy water reactor at Arak, and its plant at Isfahan, which has already been opened, has a nuclear conversion facility to process
yellow cake uranium into gas.
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[edit on 20-6-2004 by John bull 1]