Iranian ambassador: Sanctions signal 'evil intentions'

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May 25, 2010 12:27

 
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Iranian Ambassador to Moscow Mahmoud Reza Sadjadi said Tuesday that Iran will change its nuclear fuel swap deal if more sanctions are imposed upon it by world powers, Reuters reported.

Sadjadi was quoted as saying, "If there are new sanctions, it will become obvious to the Iranian public that the '5 + 1' group is hiding evil intentions and pursuing political objectives. This would force us to revise the Teheran accords."

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