Ahmadinejad spells out what the Iranians are doing. How can Roxana "posing as a journalist" gain any information?
The disputed areas are in Natanz. If Roxana was "posing as a journalist" then it had to of been before 2006.
It appears that someone was blackmailing her into staying in Iran. Then the charges finally came.
Halah Esfandari was mugged. Her passport taken away. The Iranians refused to give her another one by using one reason after another until they arrested Halah.
FarsNews a while back claimed they broke up a ring of men that were blackmailing woman.
The Quran says to make a treaty with the enemy and build up all necessary weapons to secure the peace. I don't need Roxana to try and find any information for me. Because the Iranians own actions show their intent.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad voiced Tehran's preparedness to attend talks with the West over its nuclear program after he inaugurated the country's first nuclear Fuel Manufacturing Plant (FMP) in the central city of Isfahan.
"The Iranian nation's stance is clear. We have been after logic and negotiations from the beginning, but negotiations which are based on justice and respect for rights and regulations," Ahmadinejad said in a speech marking the 4th anniversary of the National Nuclear Day on Thursday.
"No free person can accept one-sided and conditional negotiations, or negotiations in an atmosphere of threat. But if dialogue takes place in a fair, equal and respectful atmosphere, Iran's nation is always ready for it," he added.
"Now they have announced that using fuel cycle and fuel management are Iran's sacrosanct rights and they (just) want to make sure that there is no deviation towards weapons, they have announced they are ready for talks with Iran," the Iranian president noted.
Earlier on the day, President Ahmadinejad cut the ribbon at a nuclear fuel production facility in Isfahan marking a major breakthrough in Iran's nuclear program.
The launch of the Isfahan facility marks Iran's mastery of the final stage of the lengthy nuclear fuel production process.
Achieving complete fuel cycles produced in Isfahan's Fuel Manufacturing Plant (FMP) to load Iran's heavy and light water reactors and testing of two types of new high-capacity centrifuges, all achieved by Iranian experts, were the country's new advancement in nuclear field, Ahmadinejad told the audiences in Isfahan.
Meantime, the head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization Gholam Reza Aqazadeh announced that some 7,000 centrifuges are now operating in Iran's Natanz uranium enrichment facility, adding that Tehran has also developed a new generation of centrifuges in Natanz.
The FMP in Isfahan will convert enriched uranium hexafluoride into uranium dioxide (UO2) powder which will later be processed into pellet form.
The pellets will then be stacked into tubes of corrosion-resistant metal alloy called fuel rods.
The finished fuel rods will then be assembled together to build up the nuclear fuel core of a power reactor.