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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov made it clear Thursday that Moscow wouldn't back any new rounds of tough sanctions against Iran in the United Nations Security Council, and he dismissed a U.S. timetable for securing progress from Iran on ending its nuclear-fuel program.
Mr. Lavrov's comments in Moscow led U.S. officials to acknowledge that new U.N. sanctions against Iran were now unlikely in the near term -- endangering a major element of President Barack Obama's high-profile strategy for diplomacy in the Middle East. "We're pretty disappointed with the Russian position so far,"
Originally posted by Sundancer
With all of the hundreds of nukes that Israel has, you'd think they'd stop bullying the other countries in the area. Until another country becomes a real threat (like Israel) they need to cool it with the killing and war.
At the very least they can kill without our help.
Just my two cents.
"We're pretty disappointed with the Russian position so far," a senior U.S. official said.
Originally posted by Bunken Drum
I just wish that Canada, & specifically Alberta, had bigger balls. Enough to resist being effectively annexed by the USA. Just like the banks, let the USA fail. Lets have some change...