Livni: The world does not intend to ease sanctions on Iran

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October 4, 2013 10:34

 
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The international community does not intend to ease sanctions on Iran, but to utilize them to achieve an agreement on Tehran's nuclear issue, Justice Minister Tzipi Livni said Friday.

Livni told Israel Radio that Jerusalem has warned the world against the false charm of Iran's new president, adding that it posed a problem for the entire world, not just Israel.

The resumption of talks with the Palestinians allows for other countries, including Arab countries, to join in cooperation on the Israeli camp regarding the Iranian issue, Livni said.

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