French President Nicolas Sarkozy called on Monday to increase sanctions against Iran, saying that such a move should be given a chance to finally topple the country's nuclear program.
Sarkozy, speaking to the New York Times, said he would call on French companies to stop doing business with Iran on all levels.
Sarkozy's interview was published just hours before Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was scheduled to speak at the UN General Assembly.
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