US official: IAEA vote should show Iran it will 'face consequences'

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November 27, 2009 19:13

 
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The UN nuclear watchdog's decision to censure Iran should show the Islamic republic that it will face consequences if it refuses to engage with the West over the nuclear issue, a senior US official was quoted as saying Friday. "We hope that the board of governors resolution reinforces the message that, you know, we're committed to putting together a package of consequences if we don't find a willing partner. We hope Iran takes note of that clear message," the unnamed official said, according to Reuters.

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