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Iran calls for Russia to support Teheran

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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has urged Russia, to support Teheran over its nuclear fuel exchange deal, saying Moscow should be "more careful" in the stances it adopts, Iranian Press TV said on Sunday.

"If I were in the Russian officials' shoes, I would be more careful in making remarks about this great neighbor of theirs [Iran]," Ahmadinejad said.

A trilateral agreement on uranium exchange was reached on Monday by Iran, Turkey and Brazil, setting out terms under which Iran will send 1.2 tons of its low-enriched uranium to get 120 kg of enriched to 20% uranium fuel. The swap will be carried out throughout the year on Turkey's territory.

However, the so-called Iran Six - the United States, Britain, France, Germany, China and Russia - discussed on Tuesday a draft Security Council resolution expanding sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program.

Iranian president said the agreement Iran signed with Turkey and Brazil left no place for "excuses."

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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has urged
"If I were in the Russian officials' shoes, I would be more careful in making remarks about this great neighbor of theirs [Iran]," Ahmadinejad said.
Or else, what? Ahmadinejad issues a lot of threats on behalf of Iran, most of which Iran does not have the means to carry out.
 
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