Bush calls on Iran to suspend uranium enrichment

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November 28, 2006 11:34

 
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US President George W. Bush on Monday urged Iran to halt uranium enrichment and said the idea of a nuclear-armed Iran is unacceptable. Speaking during a stopover in Estonia before heading to Latvia for a NATO summit later in the day, Bush also said that if Iran was to be involved in fostering stability in neighboring Iraq, "they ought to be involved in a constructive way."

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