Iran rejects UN-proposed nuclear deal

Iran’s foreign minister ruled out on Wednesday sending enriched uranium out of the country for further processing, effectively rejecting the latest U.N. plan aimed at preventing Tehran from building nuclear weapons.

The United Nations last month offered a deal to take 70 percent of Iran’s low-enriched uranium to reduce its stockpile of material that could be enriched to a higher level, and possibly be used to make nuclear weapons.

“We will definitely not send our 5.3-percent enriched uranium out of the country,” Foreign Minister Manochehr Mottaki told the semiofficial ISNA news agency.


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