Transcript: Ahmadinejad's interview with the Boston Globe
Boston Globe / James F. Smith

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran warned that passing tougher United Nations sanctions against his country would not only shut off all chances of diplomatic engagement between Iran and the United States, but would cripple President Obama’s hopes for success in Afghanistan, Iraq, and the Palestinian territories.

“Any connections and contacts with Iran, the pathway to Iran, will be shut permanently,’’ he said in an interview with The Boston Globe. “Those who are trying to radicalize the atmosphere here fail to understand that they are speedily moving toward the cliff.’’

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