US official: Lula's Iran visit, last chance for engagement

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May 13, 2010 22:01

 
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Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's visit to Teheran may be Iran's last chance to engage the world over its nuclear program before new UN sanctions, AFP reported a senior US State Department official saying on Thursday.



Lula, who has backed a diplomatic solution to the nuclear standoff, is scheduled to visit on May 16 and 17 amid US-led moves in the UN Security Council for sanctions against the Islamic republic over its nuclear program.


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