Iran's president has told the U.N. General Assembly that Iran is willing to partner with a foreign firm or government in its production of nuclear fuel to build confidence that the fuel would not be used for weapons production. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's told delegates at U.N. headquarters Saturday in New York that Iran has an inalienable right to produce nuclear fuel. Mr. Ahmabinejad dismissed as unfounded rumors, accusations that Teheran is pursuing nuclear weapons. He said Iraq would do everything within its power to contribute to global stability and peace. His speech comes two days before an important meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, to discuss possible action against Iran for resuming uranium conversion activities. The Bush administration has said Teheran is attempting to build nuclear weapons and wants the matter referred to the U.N. security council.