TEHRAN, Iran (AP) ? Iranian state radio said Saturday that the government would reject a proposed U.N. resolution that would give it until Aug. 31 to suspend uranium enrichment or face the threat of international sanctions.
"Iranians will not accept unfair decisions, even in the framework of resolutions by the international bodies," the commentary on state-run radio said.
There has been no official comment to the draft resolution, but state radio often is thought to provide the Iranian government line.
The resolution was formally circulated to the full 15-member U.N. Security Council late Friday and likely will be adopted next week.
"Ultimatum and deadline cannot be acceptable to us," the commentary said, accusing the United States and its allies of making what it called an illegal demand
here we go again on the un/iran resolution merry go round.
more wasted time with a useless un
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