US sees alternatives to Iran shipping stockpile abroad

By REUTERS
March 30, 2015 21:14

 
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WASHINGTON - Iran would not necessarily have to ship its stockpile of highly enriched uranium abroad under a nuclear pact with major powers, US State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf said on Monday.

"You don't have to ship it out of the country to get to a year breakout time," she said in a conference call, referring to the goal of stretching the amount of time it would take Iran to acquire enough fissile material to make one atomic bomb.

"You can have some other dispositions for it that get us where we need to be in terms of our bottom line," Harf said.

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