Iran's Rouhani says nuclear rights are 'red lines': media

Iran's Rouhani says nuclear rights are 'red lines': media

DUBAI - Iran's president Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday that its "rights to enrichment" of uranium were "red lines" that would not be crossed and that the Islamic Republic had acted rationally and tactfully during nuclear negotiations, Iranian media reported.

"We have said to the negotiating sides that we will not answer to any threat, sanction, humiliation or discrimination. The Islamic Republic has not and will not bow its head to threats from any authority," he said during a speech at the National Assembly, Iran's student news agency (ISNA) said.

"For us there are red lines that cannot be crossed. National interests are our red lines that include our rights under the framework of international regulations and (uranium) enrichment in Iran."

On Saturday, Iran and six world powers failed in talks to clinch a deal to curb Tehran's nuclear programme but said differences had narrowed and they would resume negotiations in 10 days to try to end the decade-old standoff.

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