Iran says it will not freeze its nuclear work but promised to open up its disputed uranium enrichment facility to the media.

Iran has vowed to defy a UN resolution calling for a freeze to its nuclear work but promised to open up its disputed uranium enrichment facility in Natanz to the media.  

This was stated by the head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization Gholamreza Aghazadeh in Tehran today.

 

He said Iran believes that this resolution has legal and executive problems and it will not implement it.

 

Three top former US military officials are urging Washington to hold immediate unconditional talks with Teheran.

 

In a letter the former officials say, military action against Iran would have disastrous consequences for security in the region and coalition forces in Iraq.

 

They said it would further exacerbate regional and global tensions.

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