Skip to content

Iran shows inclination towards the transfer of its enriched uranium to Russia

According to New York Times, Russia would convert Iran’s enriched uranium into fuel rods for the Bushehr reactor, ensuring it could not be used for nuclear weapons.

Iran has tentatively agreed to a proposal by big powers to transfer a large stockpile of its uranium to Russia as part of a permanent agreement on its nuclear program, the New York Times reported on Tuesday.

According to the report, Russia would convert the enriched uranium into fuel rods for the Islamic Republic’s reactor in Bushehr. This would ensure that it does not use it for manufacturing nuclear weapons.

We invite your comments on this important development and the prospects of a breakthrough in negotiations. To read the full story please use the link http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/04/world/middleeast/role-for-russia-gives-iran-nuclear-talks-a-possible-boost.html

930 Total Views 1 Views Today