White House says World Can't Delay on Iran

WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House says the international community must work together to urgently address Iran's uranium enrichment activities.

Press secretary Robert Gibbs said Friday that point is underscored by a United Nations report that said Tehran had amassed enough uranium to make an atom bomb.

He said the report by the U.N.'s International Atomic Energy Agency represented "another lost opportunity" for Iran as it continues to "renege" on its international obligations.

Gibbs called Iran an "urgent problem that has to be addressed" without delay.

He said the international community won't have confidence that Iran's program is peaceful if it doesn't comply with the U.N.


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