Kremlin to Iran: Prove your nuclear program is peaceful

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September 25, 2009 20:48

 
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Russia on Friday called on Iran to prove it is not seeking to develop nuclear weapons. In a statement, the Kremlin said that Iran's construction of a uranium enrichment plant violates UN Security Council decisions. It said the UN nuclear agency should investigate the site immediately, and demanded Iran cooperate with the investigation. The statement said Russia "urges Iran to provide proof of its commitment to a peaceful nuclear program" by the time its officials meet with diplomats from Russia and other nations on October 1.

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