U.S. may allow Iran to enrich uranium

U.S. may allow Iran to enrich uranium

New York City : NY : USA | Apr 27, 2012 at 10:19 PM PDT
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IAEA concerned about Iran's nuclear enrichment

Times Los Angeles Times on 27/4 reported that the U.S. may allow Iran to enrich uranium in exchange for strict measures to curb the ability of the nuclear bomb Tehran.

In a move could be a major concession, the report quoted U.S. government officials said Washington could allow Iran to enrich uranium to a purity of 5% if the Islamic republic to accept the barunlimited inspection of its nuclear facilities, along with other conditions. In addition, Tehran will also be asked to approve measures to monitor and ensure strict safety that the United Nations launched earlier.

The agreement for Iran to enrich uranium at any level is always a controversial topic within the U.S. government as well as the country's allies.

However, in recent times, seemingly emerging trends that will not accept Iran to stop uranium enrichment completely and continue to demand Tehran suspend uranium enrichment can interfere with the parties to reach an agreement through negotiations.

Earlier, Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said that Iran will not give the right to enrich uranium, but hinted it could discuss the degree of enrichment of this material.

The same day, Iran's representative at the Agency for International Atomic Energy (IAEA), Ali Asghar Soltanieh said Iran and the IAEA to resume nuclear talks in two days 13 and 14/5 in Vienna (Austria),to clear the doubt surrounding Tehran's nuclear program.

Reply official news agency IRNA, he stressed the decision Soltanieh again demonstrate the view of Iran to cooperate with IAEA as well as claims that the allegations against Iran are unfounded. He said the cooperation with the IAEA is designed to show that all nuclear activities of the Islamic Republic is peace. "IAEA is still no comment on the report.

First round took place in early February had ended without results when IAEA delegation to Tehran said that they do not have access to military facilities Parchin near Tehran. IAEA said they suspected the information Iran is testing a nuclear warhead design in Pachin, one based not on the list of the first inspection conducted in 2005.

Meanwhile, Tehran said that because Parchin not be listed as the basis of nuclear activities should be based is not in the presence of UN inspectors.

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Iran started enriching uranium to 20% in February 2010
Iran started enriching uranium to 20% in February 2010
Le Thi Bich Lan is based in Vũng Tàu, Đông Nam Bộ, Vietnam, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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