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Tehran-Iran said it would restart some nuclear activities on Monday unless it receives European Union proposals on Sunday to break a diplomatic impasse.

The EU is due to offer Iran some economic and political incentives in return for an indefinite suspension of uranium enrichment, nuclear fuel reprocessing and related activities, according to a report of Reuters.

&#34If we do not receive the EU proposal today, tomorrow morning we will start part of activities in Isfahan”s uranium conversion facility,&#34 Ali Aghamohammadi, spokesman for the Supreme National Security Council, told state television.

&#34This will be under the supervision of U.N. inspectors,&#34 he added.

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