Iran, Turkey and Brazil to discuss uranium swap deal

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 24, 2010 20:34




Iran, Turkey and Brazil's foreign ministers planned to meet on Sunday to discuss the enriched uranium swap deal which the three countries agreed to in May, Reuters reported.

The deal called for Iran to send its uranium abroad for enrichment and to receive in return a product which could be used for energy purposes but not for the creation of nuclear weapons.

The plan failed to keep the UN from passing a fourth round of sanctions against Iran as the three countries hoped it would.


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