WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Thursday that actions taken by countries like Brazil to help find a diplomatic solution to Iran’s nuclear program have made the world more dangerous.
“We think buying time for Iran, enabling Iran to avoid international unity with respect to their nuclear program, makes the world more dangerous not less,” Clinton said.
She was referring to efforts by Brazil and Turkey to help broker a deal to ease international fears over Iran’s nuclear program.
Reporting by Deborah Charles and Andrew Quinn
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