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Interview with Viktor Nadein-Raevsky

UN Security Council is meeting to discuss possible action against Iran's nuclear programme. Viktor Nadein-Raevsky from the Institute of World Economy and International Relations, commented on this meeting.

“I do not expect any revolutionary changes neither in the Russian position nor in the position of the countries involved. Up to now, there were no real changes at all. But what really is significant is that we still continue our talks. The worst variant is to drop any relations and any talks on the problem, and to begin putting severe pressure on Iran,” said Mr Nadein-Raevsky.

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