Erdogan slams countries with nuclear arsenals that criticize Iran

Erdogan slams countries

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November 1, 2009 06:37

 
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Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday slammed countries with huge nuclear arsenals which lecture Iran about the threat of possessing atomic weapons, and called for a nuclear free region. "Those who criticize Iran's nuclear program continue to possess the same weapons," Erdogan was quoted by regime-controlled Iranian Press TV as saying in a televised address on Saturday. "I think that those who take this stance, who want these arrogant sanctions, need to first give these (weapons) up. We shared this opinion with our Iranian friends, our brothers," Erdogan added.

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