TEHRAN (ISNA)-Iran's Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said the West must not seek chicanery on the issue of Tehran nuclear reactor's fuel.
Pointing out to recent talks in Vienna on providing enriched fuel for Tehran's research reactor, Larijani told Iranian Students News Agency (ISNA), "we have a nuclear reactor in Tehran which according to the IAEA rules, they should guarantee providing its fuel."
"The West insists on seeking chicanery or imposing some of its demands to Iran, they said we will provide you with 20 percent enriched nuclear fuel when you hand over to us your enriched material, whereas we do not see any relation between these two issues."
He said according to the rules, the countries with fuel must meet the needs of countries which have atomic reactor and there is no logical or legal justification about the equation of providing fuel in return for receiving Iran's fuel, he added.
Elsewhere, regarding Rigi terrorist group, he said, "we have already had information that Rigi and Jundullah are cooperating with the US and some other countries."
He added the international communities should observe the terrorist actions and make decisions about them urgently if they really want to eradicate terrorism and organized crimes.
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