Iran condemns G-8 stance over nuclear program

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June 10, 2007 10:22
Iran condemns G-8 stance over nuclear program

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Iran has condemned a G-8 warning that it could face more sanctions over its controversial nuclear program, the country's official Islamic Republic News Agency reported. Mohamad Ali Hosseini, the spokesman for Iran's foreign ministry, said Iran welcomed diplomatic solutions "to answer questions and possible ambiguities over its peaceful nuclear program," IRNA said late Saturday.

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