updated 7/29/2006 10:19:52 AM ET 2006-07-29T14:19:52

An Iranian state radio commentary has said Tehran would reject a proposed U.N. resolution that calls for it to suspend uranium enrichment by the end of August or face the threat of international sanctions.

"Iranians will not accept unfair decisions, even in the framework of resolutions by the international bodies," the state-run radio said on Saturday.

The comment came in the absence of any official reaction to the draft that was formally circulated to the full 15-member council late Friday and will likely be adopted next week. However, state radio is often considered an official reaction in Iran.

The radio said the draft might not be approved due to opposition by China.

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