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Israel Urges Paris, London, Berlin to Make Pressure on Tehran

Israeli Foreign Minister Sylvan Shalom, on his two-day visit to Paris, called Tuesday on Paris, London and Berlin to "intensify" their pressure on Tehran to cope with the threat of Iranian nuclear program.


"We have discussed the necessity to intensify the diplomatic pressure on Iran," said Shalom when he met with his French counterpart Michel Barnier and hailed the efforts of France, Germany and London to tackle this issue.


He said that Barnier and he agreed on the urgent need to cope with the threat imposed to all the international community by Iran's nuclear program.


After the visit to Tehran paid by French, German and British foreign ministers, Iran accepted in October 2003 to suspend unilaterally and temporarily its uranium enrichment activities, to permit further inspections of its equipment and to make a complete report on its nuclear activities.


The International Atomic Energy Agency is making an inquiry on Iran's nuclear program that would conceal, as the West doubts, a military program.


Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharazi declared Tuesday that Iran would make reprisals if Israel attacked its nuclear facility, referring to a possible preventive attack by Israel, the same as the air raid destroying Osirak Iraqi nuclear reactor launched by Israel on June 7, 1981.


(Xinhua News Agency August 25, 2004)


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