By Ladane Nasseri

March 27 (Bloomberg) -- Iran won't suspend uranium enrichment as a condition for talks to resolve the dispute over its nuclear program, the Foreign Ministry said, three days after the United Nations Security Council voted for further sanctions against the Islamic Republic.

``If there's a precondition, such as suspending enrichment, there will naturally not be a positive answer to it,'' Deputy Foreign Minister Mehdi Mostafavi was quoted as saying today by the state-run Iranian Students News Agency


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