Obama: Iran hasn't given positive response, but int'l community is united

Obama Iran hasnt given

February 21, 2010 10:34

While Teheran has not accepted the UN-brokered deal that would see much of Iran's uranium shipped to Russia and France for further processing, US President Barack Obama said on Monday, the international community is united on the issue. "Although so far we have not seen the kind of positive response we want from Iran, we are as well positioned as we've ever been to align the international community behind that agenda," Obama told Reuters in an interview. "But it is going to take time, and part of the challenge that we face is that neither North Korea nor Iran seem to be settled enough politically to make quick decisions on these issues," Obama reportedly said.

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