A highly placed Zimbabwean government official is claiming that his country has signed a deal to sell raw uranium to Iran, according to a report run by the British news site The Times
According to Gift Chimankire, the Deputy Mining Minister in Zimbabwe, the deal will go through regardless of Western pressure against such a move.
Iran's nuclear policy has long been a source of concern for Israel, the United States and Europe. Faced with various economic sanctions and the possibility of a military strike, Iran has continued to pursue its attempt to attain nuclear capacity.
Newly sworn-in president elect Hassan Rouhani has been in the spotlight as Western powers try to determine his policies.