The MERC site, located on the edge of Meshkin-Dasht near Karaj, forty kilometres west of the Iranian capital, was operating under the cover of a scientific and industrial research centre affiliated to the Ministry of Science and is run under the direction of Dr. Fatollah Moztarzadeh.
01 Feb 2006 (CBC News) – The president of Iran says his country will continue its nuclear program, as a top British official warned Tehran against making threats while dealing with the international community.
Tehran, Iran, Feb. 01 (Stop Fundamentalism) – Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator confirmed on Wednesday that the Islamic Republic would resume uranium enrichment activities and end snap inspections of its nuclear facilities if its was either referred or reported to the United Nations Security Council.
LONDON, January 30 (Stop Fundamentalism) – The five permanent members of the UN Security Council and Germany meet in London on Monday to try to bridge broad differences over the Iran nuclear program, which the West fears is a covert grab for atomic weapons, AFP reported.
As we get closer to the scheduled 6 nation meeting in London on Monday, January 30th, that is supposed to discuss a draft resolution to refer Iran to the UN Security Council for its secret nuclear weapons program at the next meeting of IAEA board of governors on February 2nd, Tehran Mullahs anxiously, as they did not expect this to happen until March, are trying to somehow join up with Russia and China to stop the matter from escalating further.
Russia and China are two permanent members of the UN Security Council and have veto power along with France, Briton and the United States.