Swiss equipment for Iranian nuclear plant seized

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August 3, 2007 09:44

 
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Swiss customs authorities seized mechanical equipment weighing over two tons which they suspected was destined for an Iranian nuclear plant, Al Watan reported on Friday. The equipment's estimated value was 0.5 million Euros. According to the report in the Saudi-based newspaper, a Swiss company was suspected to be involved in the deal. Swiss government officials and the Iranian embassy in Switzerland refused to comment on the report.


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