Iran Foreign Minister Tells Bloomberg TV That Iran Rejects 'Discriminatory' Curbs on Nuclear Work, Supports Iraq Election
Davos, Switzerland (ots/PRNewswire) - In an exclusive interview on Bloomberg Television this afternoon, Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi stated that Iran rejects any "discriminatory" proposals to restrict its nuclear work. "No discriminatory proposal can be accepted," Kharazzi told Bloomberg Television. During the interview from Davos, Switzerland the Iranian Prime Minister also told Bloomberg Television that Iran supports Sunday's elections in Iraq and the will of the voters.
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