Iran says no new nuke offer, claims Israel behind Amman blasts
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hamid-Reza Asefi on Sunday denied existence of any proposal on the country’s nuclear activities. Some foreign media reports said that Russia had made a proposal to Iran that it proceed with the first phase of uranium enrichment which includes turning raw uranium into gas inside its territory but that the most sensitive part of the nuclear fuel cycle would be conducted in Russia in a joint Iranian-Russian center. “As far as I know, no proposal has been discussed. It is natural some (Western media) are after their own goals. But the Islamic Republic has transparent stance which has been outlined by Iranian officials,” Asefi was quoted as saying by Irna.