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Iran nuclear sanctions complicate the resumption of negotiations (Ahmadinejad)

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad believes that the new sanctions against Iran complicate the return to negotiations on Tehran’s nuclear program, reported local media.

“You vote for the resolutions, you introduce sanctions, you use all means against us, and you want to launch negotiations?”  He said to the attention of the United States and its allies on Sunday.

Western countries “create their own obstacles. We have always said that we were ready to negotiate and cooperate. The negotiations is better than confrontation but it looks like all the time they return to it,” at he said.

He said “Russia and China occupy the positions closest to those of Tehran on many international issues.”

On Monday the United States, Britain and Canada have passed together new sanctions against the banking, oil and petrochemical industry of Iran because of its controversial nuclear program. The EU intends to freeze the assets of about 200 people and additional companies as part of strengthening the sanctions.

These new sanctions were announced after the publication of a report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which strengthens the suspicion of a “possible military dimensions” of the Iranian nuclear program.

Iran denies, saying its nuclear program is strictly peaceful objectives.

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