Iran agrees to discuss its nuclear program
Iran – harden its place ahead of next week's nuclear talks with the world powers, Iran's president vow Tuesday his country would not make "one iota" of concession over its nuclear rights.

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that a get through could only be likely only if the new talks are held under "equal" circumstances and if Iran's rights are appreciated.

"If you want consequences from the talks, you must put aside the devil's temper and sit collectively under equal conditions on the basis of justice and esteem ... and talk about various economic and nuclear fields, arrive at a deal and do joint work," Ahmadinejad said in a speech show live on state TV.

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