Iran’s nuclear activities could resume if West leaves pact, official says


TEHRAN, Iran — Iran’s foreign minister said Saturday that Tehran would be able to return to its nuclear activities if the West withdraws from a pact that is to be finalized in June. Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iran’s foreign minister and chief nuclear negotiator, said on a talk show on state-run TV that Iran has the power to take “corresponding action” and “will be able to return” its nuclear program to the same level if the other side fails to honor the agreement. “All parties to the agreement can stop their actions…

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Obama seeks public support for continued n-talks with Iran

Washington, April 04: US President Barack Obama on Saturday turned to the public for support to continued nuclear talks with Iran toward a final deal, two days after a framework pact was reached. In his weekly radio and online address, Obama described the tentative deal as a “good” one that […]