Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Brazil Signs UN Resolution Against Iran

Brazil Signs UN Resolution Against Iran - Brazil, on Tuesday signed (resolution) UN sanctions against Iran despite the alarming actions after his attempt to negotiate an exchange agreement with the Islamic state's nuclear.

President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva signed the decree "because there is a tradition to practice the resolutions of the UN Security Council, including sanctions that we do not agree", said Foreign Minister Celso Amorim told reporters, as quoted from the AFP.

Brazil and Turkey voted against the resolution that the UN sanctions when sanctions were proposed in the UN Security Council last June.

Both countries had an agreement from Tehran memerantarai May to hand over many of stock that has been slightly enriched uranium in exchange for nuclear fuel which has a higher enrichment that can not be used to develop atomic weapons.

United States and its allies say the deal is not enough and continue the sanctions resolution.

Washington worried that Iran is developing nuclear arsenals with the pseudonym of its energy program, something Tehran denies.

Brazilian officials have said they will monitor the sanctions imposed on Iran, regardless of their opposition to sanctions.

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