Iran seeks apology from those who voted for sanctions
Iran-UN, Politics, 3/31/2008
Iran said "it might seek compensation and pursue unspecified legal actions," from some countries that supported the UN Security Council sanctions against it, the NY Times reported on March 27. Interestingly, while Iran opposes the negotiations at this point, possibly for suspecting it will dragged again indirectly back to the same US-European path for more UN sanctions, Russia, which supported the sanctions, is asking Iran to starting negotiating again, the Washington Post reported today.
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