US State Department: We don't seek military clash with Iran

By REUTERS
November 3, 2011 23:20

 
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US State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland on Thursday reiterated that the Obama administration was not closing the door on any options in dealing with Iran's nuclear program.

"We have said many times in the last weeks and months that we do not seek a military confrontation with Iran," she said.

"That said, we are going to use every means at our disposal to continue to try to increase the international pressure on Iran to meet its IAEA obligations and to come clean on its nuclear program," Nuland told reporters in Washington.

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