Monday, January 02, 2006

Iran rejects Russia nuclear plan

Well, just as I predicted in November:

BBC News - Iran has dismissed a proposal that it conduct uranium enrichment in Russia as a way out of an impasse in talks over its controversial nuclear programme.

Supreme National Security Council Secretary Ali Larijani said it was not logical for any country to entrust its energy security to another state. The US and EU want Iran to give up its ambitions to manufacture fuel suitable for use in nuclear bombs. Earlier, Iran said it had developed equipment to separate uranium.


Also read: kash Kheirkhah - US winning card: Russia's compromise proposal