Ahmadinejad: UN sanctions 'not worth a cent'

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May 12, 2010 15:15

 
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YASOUJ, Iran — Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Wednesday dismissed the threat of new international sanctions, saying any UN resolution punishing Iran for its refusal to stop uranium enrichment "won't be worth a cent."

The United States has said that it and its allies plan to move ahead in the coming weeks with putting forward a Security Council resolution imposing a fourth round of sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program. Iran has been making a diplomatic push with council members to try to water down support.

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