Clinton says Brazil, Turkey still can play role with Iran

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June 9, 2010 23:08

 
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Turkey and Brazil can still help facilitate a solution to the the nuclear Iran issue even after the passing of the UN Security Council sanctions, US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton said Wednesday.

"In the ongoing diplomatic outreach to Iran, I think that Turkey and Brazil will continue to play an important role,"Clinton was quoted by Reuters as saying.

Both Turkey and Brazil opposed the latest round of sanctions on Iran and had proposed a nuclear fuel exchange deal as an alternative resolution to the crisis.

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