Iran says it will reconsider a decision to suspend its uranium enrichment program, after the United Nations nuclear watchdog agency adopted a resolution Friday "deploring" Tehran's failure to cooperate fully with international inspections.
Speaking in Tehran today (Saturday), Iran's top security official Hossan Rohani said his country has no secret uranium enrichment sites, and will continue to cooperate with the International Atomic Energy Agency.
However, Mr. Rohani warned that Iran will decide "in the coming days" whether to resume production of enriched uranium, a material which can be used for fuel, as well as nuclear weapons.
The United States accuses Iran of concealing its nuclear activities and failing to comply with IAEA rules.
Iran insists its ambitions are limited to producing electricity.
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