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Decision on Iran must wait: Russia

Russia said on Wednesday it would not be rushed into agreeing action against Iran over its nuclear program after international talks in Moscow frustrated U.S. efforts to win wide backing for sanctions. Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said a meeting of major powers in Moscow late on Tuesday had ended without consensus on sanctions because some — including Russia — wanted to wait until the United Nations atomic watchdog files a report on Iran. “No final documents were worked out as we are convinced of the need to wait for the IAEA report due at the end of the month,” Lavrov told reporters. Full Story

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