At the time when reports revealed that the United States will compensate Israel for a military nuclear agreement with Iran, the Iranian leader launched a series of statements, in which he stressed that Tehran "will not bow to pressure ."
The Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, yesterday, said that Tehran will not accept «unreasonable demands» of the six world powers, which is in talks over nuclear agreement with Iran. As per the Iranian state television Khamenei says: «will never acquiesce to pressure .. We will not accept unreasonable demands».
Khamenei also stressed that Tehran will not permit inspection of military sites and interviews with scientists in the framework of an agreement on the Iranian nuclear file, as reported by the official Iranian news agency.
He said: "We have said in the past that we will not allow any inspections of military sites by foreigners (...) also say we should not allow to conduct interviews with nuclear scientists. This is an interrogation. I will not allow foreigners to come to talk with scientists, our have made progress in the science to this level. "
As per further statement by Iranian state television quoted Khamenei, that Iran's response to any military aggression on the country would be "too harsh". He added: "I heard that our enemies want to drag Iran into the war .. our response to any military aggression would be very tough."