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Russia says undecided on whether Iran is a threat

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday Moscow has yet to decide on whether Iran should be considered a threat, saying it would be guided by U.N. nuclear experts on the issue. He was responding to remarks from his Iranian counterpart, Manouchehr Mottaki, that Russia and China “had officially told us … (of) their opposition to sanctions and military attacks” against the Islamic Republic. “We have made no such announcements. In such an important and serious area like nuclear non-proliferation, we can make a decision only based on the opinions of experts,” Lavrov told reporters. Full Story

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