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Iran: Rouhani dismisses parliament nuclear bill as 'harmful' to diplomacy03:10

Iran: Rouhani dismisses parliament nuclear bill as 'harmful' to diplomacy

Иран, Tehran
2 December, 2020 в 16:44 GMT +00:00 · Опубликовано

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani dismissed a parliament bill aimed at stopping international inspections and boosting enriched uranium as 'harmful' to the country's diplomacy. He was speaking at a cabinet meeting in Tehran on Wednesday.

"The government does not agree with the bill and considers it harmful to the course of diplomatic activities," said Rouhani.

The bill, approved by Iran's parliament, would prevent UN inspectors from visiting the country's nuclear facilities.

It would also require the government to boost its uranium enrichment programme if the European countries which signed the 2015 nuclear deal do not agree to provide relief from sanctions.

Iran: Rouhani dismisses parliament nuclear bill as 'harmful' to diplomacy03:10
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Iran's President Hassan Rouhani dismissed a parliament bill aimed at stopping international inspections and boosting enriched uranium as 'harmful' to the country's diplomacy. He was speaking at a cabinet meeting in Tehran on Wednesday.

"The government does not agree with the bill and considers it harmful to the course of diplomatic activities," said Rouhani.

The bill, approved by Iran's parliament, would prevent UN inspectors from visiting the country's nuclear facilities.

It would also require the government to boost its uranium enrichment programme if the European countries which signed the 2015 nuclear deal do not agree to provide relief from sanctions.