Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, says no country has the right to tell Iran what to do with its nuclear program. He made the comments, apparently directed at the United States, in a speech carried on Iranian state television Sunday. He added that Iran's soon to be elected new president will not go against Iran's national interests and abandon the country's nuclear program. Ayatollah Khamenei's comments come after Iran said it might resume some nuclear fuel activities after failing to reach agreement with the European Union over its nuclear program. Iran maintains the program is peaceful and aimed at generating energy. But the United States says Iran is trying to develop a nuclear weapon.