WASHINGTON, Sept. 15. U.S. presidential candidate of the Republican Party Mitt Romney said that Barack Obama could not get the consent of the Russian Federation for severe sanctions against Iran after being "handed over" Moscow missile defense facilities in Poland.
According to BBC, Romney believes that at the present time the main threat to world security — Iran, owning a nuclear weapon. Presidential candidate believes that Obama could press on Iran, but Russia was faced with.
"Moscow has had one task — to remove the U.S. missile defense facilities in Poland. And he passed the Russian these objects," — said in an interview with Fox News Romney.
He stressed that if president U.S. arranged with Russia so Makar, that she supported the harsh sanctions against Iran, the Americans would be able to click on Iran in order to slow down the nuclear program from.
Romney also added that he "handed over" to Moscow that "the Russian had to be first" (missile defense facilities in Poland — a comment. "Rosbalta") until such time as he would not have received the consent of the Russian Federation on sanctions against Tehran.
Previously manager of the Atomic Energy Iran Fereydoon Abbasi Davani said that international sanctions will not suspend Iran's nuclear program from.
"We believe the introduction of the atom for peaceful purposes by our legitimate right and want to defend it firmly. Nuclear power contributes to the development of industry and science in Iran, and we are not going to turn away from its development," — he said.
According Davani declared against Iran international sanctions, not only made the country stronger, and brought her to the leading position in terms of economicdevelopment in the region.
Iran began to develop nuclear technology in the middle of the 1980s. Western countries accuse Iran the fact that the country is developing nuclear weapons under the cover of civilian nuclear programs from. Tehran rejects the charges and says its nuclear programm need to please the request of the country's electricity. International mediators on the Iranian nuclear dilemma with the reach of the IAEA Iran the suspension of uranium enrichment.