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OTTAWA, March 3 (Itar-Tass) —— Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has dismissed the possibility of a resumption of talks with Teheran over the Iranian nuclear program. He was speaking on Friday after a meeting with his Canadian counterpart Steven Harper.
The Iranian authorities may go ahead with pressing for a resumption of the talks with the aim to use them to continue their nuclear program, the Israeli prime minister said, adding that the world community should not be deceived by that trick.
On Monday, Netanyahu is to arrive in Washington. He is expected to meet with US President Barack Obama, who will be persuading him not to build up tensions and to refrain from using military force against Iranian nuclear facilities.