Iran: Willing to work with uranium exchange proposals

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 8, 2010 12:45

 
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In an effort to stave off mounting pressure on its nuclear program, Iran announced Saturday it was positively considering proposals made by Brazil and Turkey on an uranium exchange scheme for civilian nuclear use, Army Radio reported. The Iranian regime previously rejected such proposals.

The six powers plan to submit a new proposal for sanctions on Iran to the UN Security Council next week, reportedly a diluted version of the measures Israel requires.

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