Iran hit with new demand as U.N. meets
On Yesterday, the United States and other Major Powers told Iran to prepare “serious response” by October 1 to demands it halt its nuclear program or risk the consequences.
The demand given by the five permanent members of UN Security Council and Germany came after the U.S. President; Barack Obama delivered his first speech to the UN General Assembly urging to stop blaming America and join him in the world’s problems including Iran’s nuclear plans.
Foreign Minister David Miliband said “”We expect a serious response from Iran, and will determine in our twin track approach, as a result of the meeting, on our next step”.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that all parties agreed there could be penalty If Iran has not responded significantly when negotiators meet in Geneva next month.
But the Iranian leader made his customary rough style about Israel and blaming it of “inhuman policies” in the Palestinian territories and to dominate the world political and economic issues.
When Ahmadinejad’s gave his comments about Israel that time U.S. and British officials left form the assembly hall. And U.S. mission spokesman Mark Kornblau said “It is disappointing that Ahmadinejad has again chosen to go into hateful, offensive and anti-Semitic rhetoric”. Read more info click here.