(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
[13. April 2007] In recent weeks, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has gone high in his defense of Iran's nuclear program. Despite two calls from the UN Security Council, the country refuses to halt its ongoing enrichment of uranium. Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre is worried about the development, and in a press release this week he joined the absolute demand that Iran stop the enrichment. At the same time, the minister emphasizes that "no one questions Iran's right to peaceful use of nuclear power, and the country has been repeatedly offered international assistance for this".
Nobody wants Iran – or any other country – to extract nuclear weapons. Iran has signed I. . .
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