BEIJING — Iran announced on Saturday it will likely resume activities related to uranium enrichment, after talks with European negotiators yielded no results in London.
“It’s unlikely that uranium enrichment, as it is meant by enrichment, will be resumed, but it’s likely that some activities will possibly restart,” said Iran’s top nuclear negotiator Hasan Rowhani
France, Britain and Germany are seeking guarantees that Iran will not use its nuclear program to make weapons, as is suspected by Washington.
The European countries want Tehran to abandon its enrichment activities permanently in exchange for economic aid, and technical support.
Rowhani said restarting some nuclear activities does not mean Iran will end negotiations with the European powers…