Clinton: Iran must choose between cooperation and isolation

Clinton Iran must choos

September 30, 2009 19:59


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A day before Iranian officials met with diplomats from the 6 world powers to discuss Teheran's nuclear program, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday warned the Islamic Republic it will face "greater isolation" if it fails to meet international obligations. "Iran has a choice: to comply with its international obligations and that would mean not only offering inspections [of its nuclear facilities] but ending its activities absent the kind of monitoring and supervision that would guarantee that what they are doing is solely for peaceful purposes," AFP quoted Clinton as saying. "The alternative track," she reportedly added, was "greater isolation and international pressure."

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