Turkey is trying to convince the West to put an end to the diplomatic crisis with Iran over its nuclear ambitions. Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Tuesday that the uranium exchange agreement brokered between Iran, Turkey and Brazil represents increased Iranian flexibility, and that Western powers must respond in kind.
The US has announced Monday that it is still worried over Iran's nuclear program, and that the uranium exchange deal won't halt or slow down Western efforts to intensify sanctions on Iran.
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