Germany, France welcome Iran resolution

September 28, 2008 17:08


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Germany's foreign minister welcomed a new UN resolution on Iran as a sign of international unity and urged Teheran on Sunday to give up on nuclear "adventures." The resolution approved unanimously by the Security Council on Saturday "shows that the international community continues to stand united," Frank-Walter Steinmeier said in a statement. Iran has much to gain from cooperating, "but it must finally give up on nuclear adventures," he added. The new resolution reaffirms previous sanctions on Iran for refusing to halt its uranium enrichment program and incentives offered to Teheran to do so. The French Foreign Ministry, also welcoming the resolution, urged Iran "to make the choice for negotiations" by suspending its sensitive nuclear activities and being "transparent" about its program.

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