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    Iran to propose third-party uranium enrichment: Ahmadinejad

    Iran to propose third-party uranium enrichment: Ahmadinejad

    Is it my imagination?

    I was under the impression that exactly this proposal was put forward by Russia a while ago as a means of settling the situation.

    It was also my understanding at that time that Iran rejected such a proposal.

    Which must inevitably lead sensible folk to ask just what the hell are the Iranians up to?

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    Re: Iran to propose third-party uranium enrichment: Ahmadinejad

    The current talks between the US and Iran are going well, if Iran lives up to it's word.

    GENEVA — Iran agreed on Thursday in talks with the United States and other major powers to open its newly revealed uranium enrichment plant near Qum to international inspection in the next two weeks and to send most of its openly declared enriched uranium outside Iran to be turned into fuel for a small reactor that produces medical isotopes, senior American and other Western officials said.

    Iran’s agreement in principle to export most of its enriched uranium for processing — if it happens — would represent a major accomplishment for the West, reducing Iran’s ability to make a nuclear weapon quickly and buying more time for negotiations to bear fruit.

    The officials described the long day of talks here with Iran, the first such discussions in which the United States has participated fully, as a modest success on a long and complicated road. Iran had at least finally engaged with the big powers on its nuclear program after more than a year and had agreed to some tangible, confidence-building steps before another meeting with the same participants before the end of this month.

    But despite the relatively promising outcome, the Obama administration was at pains to strike a cautious tone, given Iran’s history of duplicity...

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