'Sarkozy says NATO shield intended to protect against Iran'

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November 20, 2010 15:50

 
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French President Nicolas Sarkozy on Saturday said NATO's planned missile defense system is intended to protect against the threat posed by Iran, AFP reported.

Speaking on the sidelines of the NATO summit taking place in Lisbon, Sarkozy said, "No name appears in the documents made public by NATO, but let's call a spade a spade: Today's missile threat, it's Iran," according to the report.

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