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Iran Sanctions Idea Unhelpful: Lula  

  

We are convinced that Brazil has the clout to play this role in the world: Brazilian President.

 

April 29, 2010 (Hamsayeh.Net) - Brazilís President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva advised Western powers and the United Nations Security Council members that sanctions against Iran would not be helpful and the only solution to resolve this crisis should be a diplomatic one.

 

Lula said,í We are convinced that Brazil has the clout to play this role in the world.í The Brazilian President said he is going to ask Iran to not develop a nuclear weapon during his upcoming visit to Tehran next month. ĎI hope that we can convince our Iranian friends against taking a hasty step toward developing nuclear weapons,í Lula added.

 

The Brazilian President is amongst a growing number of world leaders that believe increasing pressure on Iran through sanctions or other means would only create unwanted situations. China, Russia as well as other leading major countries also propose diplomatic solutions to the so-called Iranian nuclear program issue.

Brazil is a founding member of BRIC consisting of Brazil, Russia, India and China that seek to diversify global political as well as economic landscape by lowering the dominance of U.S. dollar as the worldís sole trade currency.   
 

 

 

Lula said he would urge Iran not to build

a nuclear weapon during his upcoming

 visit to Iran. 

 

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