French President Jacques Chirac has urged Iran to reconsider European incentives in return for Tehran suspending parts of its controversial nuclear program. During a speech in Paris, Mr. Chirac warned that the U.N. Security Council will have no choice but to take up the matter if Iran refuses to accept the deal to stop uranium enrichment. Talks between Iran and Britain, France and Germany broke off last week after Tehran resumed processing uranium -- one of the steps that can take place in nuclear weapon production. Iran says it is still willing to hold further talks and will present new proposals within a month. Also Monday, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad decided to keep Gholamreza Aghazedeh as head of the country's nuclear program.