At U.N., Iran says atmosphere not right for U.S. talks, U.S. pushes diplomacy

Acting U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Jonathan Cohen speaks to the media after closed door Security Council meetings on Iran at the U.N. headquarters in New York, U.S., June 24, 2019. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton.

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Iran’s United Nations ambassador accused the United States on Monday of showing no respect for international law by imposing new sanctions on Iran, describing tensions between the pair as “really dangerous” and not the right atmosphere for talks. “You cannot start a dialogue with somebody who is threatening you, who is […]

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