Sunday, May 16, 2010

Nuclear Agreement in Tehran

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu announced today in Tehran that after 18 hours of intense negotiations with Brazil and Turkey, Iran has agreed on the nuclear fuel swap deal, ending a standoff with the West over its uranium enrichment program.

The details of the agreement was not disclosed, but Uskowi on Iran has learned that the deal calls for Iran to ship out most of its current inventory of enriched uranium to Turkey in return for higher-grade uranium fuel used in medical research. A formal announcement is expected on Monday.

Earlier today, Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan flew unexpectedly to Tehran to join Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to seal the deal.


Anonymous said...

good for Iran, this way it can be seen that the west shall break word and Iran was right all along.

The west wont even deliver civilian airplane parts for political reasons, let alone nuclear fuel... but wait and see.

Get Israel to disarm, they are the real problem... world problems start and ends with Israel.

Anonymous said...

Well done to all the parties involved. Iran should look to participating in a BITC rather then BRIC group of countries. Russia is no friend of Iran and it will back stab it whenever it can! Interesting what the renegades from the "Green Movement" make of it?

Anonymous said...

iran did perfect political manuvar in reccent month to show its international power also in same times his military power to put intire area in a way will be stand what is next , she will produce it 20% high inrechment leu and increase more centerfuses in comming month other issue is usa nuclear facility and all nuclear weapon will put for intrnational pressue that way world will focuse on usa line instade iran nuclear program.

Anonymous said...

The biggest victory would be , when the sanctions draft sent to the UN by Clinton... would get rejected.

how do you nullify the other 3 ? any loopholes known ??