Ahmadinejad warns Russia not to ‘side with Iran’s enemies’ as UN sanctions vote looms

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said Tuesday that United Nations sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program should not be “excessive”, amid growing Western pressure ahead of a Security Council vote due later in the week.

“This resolution should not be excessive, should not put Iran’s leadership, the Iranian people in a tricky situation that creates barriers on the way of development of Iran’s peaceful nuclear energy,” Putin told reports on the sidelines of a conference in Istanbul, also attended by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

Earlier on Tuesday, Ahmadinejad warned Russia not to side with Tehran’s foes in the UN vote.

“[The Russians] must be careful not to be beside the enemies of the Iranian people,” Ahmadinejad said at a press conference in Istanbul, where was attending a summit alongside regional leaders including Putin.


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