Prominent conservative lawmaker Alaeddin Boroujerdi said Iran will not ship its low enriched uranium abroad in a single batch or in several shipments, a compromise suggested by some government officials, under any circumstances.

“Nothing will be given of the 1,200 kilograms (of low enriched uranium) … to the other side in exchange for 20 percent enriched fuel, not in one batch nor in several. It is out of question,” the semiofficial ISNA news agency quoted Boroujerdi as saying Saturday…

The United States and its allies are unlikely to accept anything substantially less than the original plan, which aimed to delay Iran’s potential ability of making nuclear weapons by at least a year by divesting Iran of most of its enriched uranium and returning it as research reactor fuel.