US: Iran playing games

Iran's nuclear game

Iran is playing a game

WASHINGTON, Jan. 27 (Stop Fundamentalism) — The United States said on Friday that Iran is playing games with the international community by not accepting a Russian proposal on Iran’s nuclear issue.

"They appear to be playing more games with the international community," White House spokesman Scott McClellan said at a briefing.
"This is a regime that continues to defy the international community and fail to comply with its obligations," McClellan said,adding that the United States is still discussing with its partners and others about the best way to send a clear message to Iran.

U.S. President George W. Bush said on Thursday that he backed the Russian proposal and said Iran could have a civilian nuclear program but with preconditions.

The preconditions were that the material used to power the plant would be manufactured in Russia, delivered under the IAEA inspectors and the waste of which would be picked up by the Russians and returned to Russia, Bush said.
"I think that is a good plan. The Russians came up with the idea and I support it," Bush said. Enditem