Putin: No definitive proof of Iran's atomic threat

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October 10, 2007 15:47

 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday after conferring with French President Nicolas Sarkozy that Iran must be encouraged to make its nuclear program fully transparent, but pointed at the lack of definitive proof that Teheran was seeking to build atomic weapons. Sarkozy, who sought to crank up pressure on Iran, expressed hope that Putin's trip to Iran next week could help make Teheran more inclined to meet international demands.

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