Iranian officials gave a mixed reaction to a U.N. Security Council proposal aimed at persuading Iran to abandon its nuclear enrichment program. Two officials said Sunday the plan drafted by the five permanent members of the Security Council contained both “acceptable” and “ambiguous” aspects. One of the officials, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamidreza Assefi, said Iran had not decided when to respond to the proposal.
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