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U.S. Ambassador to IAEA Robert Wood (Sept. 13): "My only hope is that this resolution, which reinforces that November resolution, will finally make Iran come around, along with all of the other pressure that i being put on Iran by way of sanctions and isolation. My hope is that they will come around and take the opportunity so that we can resolve this issue diplomatically but as I said, it is really a very positive signal today that Iran received, that the pressure, the diplomatic pressure is increasing on them. We will have to see if they actually do respond. I hope they do."
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