Nonaligned Nations slam Israel, US; support Iran

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
September 17, 2006 09:30

 
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Representatives of 118 Nonaligned Movement nations condemned Israel's attacks on Lebanon and supported a peaceful resolution to the US-Iran nuclear dispute in the final declaration Saturday of a summit that brought together some of the world's staunchest American foes. The 92-page declaration also broadly condemned terrorism - with exceptions for movements for self-determination and battles against foreign occupiers. The statements, many of which contain veiled criticisms of the US, were approved by unanimous consent after another round of speeches Saturday night by leaders of the Nonaligned Movement. "No one in the Nonaligned Movement thinks that the United States is responsible for all the problems, but many think that it is for some," Cuba's Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque said.

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