Nov 12 – Clinton says Iran must respond soon to ”serious concerns” raised by U.N. agency report pointing to Iran nuclear bomb work. Rough cut
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Friday that Iran must respond soon to "serious concerns" raised by the U.N. nuclear watchdog‘s report that Tehran appeared to be working on nuclear bomb technology. "Iran has a long history of deception and denial regarding its nuclear program. In the coming days, we expect Iran to answer the serious questions raised by this report. The United States will continue to consult closely with partners and allies on the next steps we can take to increase pressure on Iran," Clinton told reporters after ministerial talks at an Asia-Pacific summit in Honolulu. The U.N. nuclear watchdog showed letters and satellite images on Friday as part of evidence pointing to military dimensions to Iran’s atomic activities, diplomats said, but Tehran’s envoy dismissed it as "lousy" intelligence work.
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