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Iran says does not need permission for nuclear work

Iran is ready to discuss its nuclear program with any country, but that does not mean it is asking for permission for access to nuclear technology, Iran’s foreign minister said on Monday. Iran’s right to peaceful nuclear technology was supported by “many countries of the world,” Manouchehr Mottaki told a news conference during a one-day visit to the Afghan capital, Kabul. “We do not accept global nuclear ‘apartheid’ and scientific ‘apartheid’,” Mottaki said. Iran was ready to discuss its program. “But that does not mean that we are waiting for any country’s permission for the right of Iranian nation and the Islamic Republic to enjoy nuclear technology,” he said.Full Story

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