Monday, May 16, 2005

Annan warns U.S. on Iran

UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan warned the Bush administration that the Security Council might deadlock if asked to punish Iran for its nuclear program.

The United States and Britain have called for Iran to be brought before the Security Council if it carries out threats to resume efforts to make nuclear fuel. The United States and Britain believe the fuel could be used for bombs, while Iran contends that it is to generate power. China and Russia, which have strong economic ties to Iran, might veto any push to sanction Iran, Annan suggested in interviews with USA Today.


Anonymous said...

Notwithstanding I keep my personal ideas away from the topic, but strongly do believe that Iran or any other nations have the right to aquire "Nuclear Know How".My reason is this, there will be a Global balance where no nation could dictate others what to do or what type of system to govern.The change must and will take place within the society in either directions where people alone could have the ultimate judgement on merits and demerits of the chosen system.Whether we all are right or wrong it is upto history.

Mon May 23, 02:57:00 PM +00:00  

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