یکشنبه ۸ اسفند ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۰۵:۲۸
The Islamic government said it was ready to guarantee that it would not use uranium enrichment for military purposes, an aide to Iran's top atomic negotiator said. September 3, 2004 - The Islamic government was ready to offer guarantees to the European countries that would not use uranium enrichment for military purposes, according to Mohammad Mousavian, head of the foreign policy committee of the supreme national security council.
“The Europeans know that if Iran masters the technology for enrichment it has a potential (military) nuclear capability and that will change the (political) equation” in the region,” Mousavian, a close aide to the Islamic government’s top atomic negotiator Hasan Rowhani, told the state-run TV monopoly.
Tehran was ready to provide guarantees that its enrichment programs would never be used for military purposes, Mousavian added.
“We are prepared to build trust and provide a guarantee that our enrichment activities will always be peaceful.”