Russia's Putin calls U.S. exit from Iran nuclear deal a dead-end

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May 25, 2018 17:15
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ST PETERSBURG, Russia - Russian President Vladimir Putin, commenting on Washington's decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal, said on Friday that unilateral steps taken by countries like the United States led to a dead-end and were always counter-productive.

Speaking in St Petersburg at an economic forum, Putin said Washington's flip-flopping on international agreements after the election of new US presidents generated mistrust.

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