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The Russian foreign minister says threatening Iran with new sanctions over its nuclear activities will only prove 'counterproductive'.
Despite the non-divergence of Iran's nuclear program from civilian purposes has been confirmed in several reports by the UN nuclear watchdog, Iran has so far come under three rounds of sanctions by the UN Security Council over its nuclear work.
Lavrov said Russia was 'in principle very reserved on sanctions, as they rarely produce results'.