Kremlin says sanctions against Iran unlikely

MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Kremlin’s top foreign policy aide said Wednesday that sanctions against Iran are highly unlikely in the near future, Interfax news agency reported.

“Sanctions in relation to Iran are hardly possible in the near future,” Kremlin foreign policy aide Sergei Prikhodko was quoted as saying.

When asked whether Russia would support further sanctions against Iran, Prikhodko quoted an answer given by Kremlin chief Dmitry Medvedev last month after talks with U.S. President Barack Obama.

“Sanctions seldom lead to the required result but in some cases the use of sanctions is inevitable,” Prikhodko said. “This formulation remains in force.”

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