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Iran agrees to send uranium to Turkey

 
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"(CNN) -- Iran has agreed to ship its low-enriched uranium to Turkey, state media said Monday.

Western nations had been asking Iran to send the low-level uranium out of the country to be enriched elsewhere, but the country had resisted until now.

On Sunday, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced he was heading to Iran to join nuclear talks in Tehran involving Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

The meeting in Tehran sought to reach a breakthrough in the showdown over Iran's nuclear program, according to Erdogan.

The last-minute trip followed a "signal" from the talks, which are intended to resolve the dispute over Iran's nuclear energy program, Erdogan told reporters before departing. Erdogan indicated the signal involved Iran's agreement to swap its low-enriched uranium for nuclear fuel, CNN Turk reported.

Erdogan said he hoped an agreement in Tehran would stop the U.N. Security Council from its negotiations on tougher sanctions on Iran.

"The Security Council was contemplating a step in the direction of sanctions as of yesterday," Erdogan said. "As a part of our talks, this has been postponed. Now with this step we are going to take, I hope that we will have the opportunity to overcome these problems."

Iran's official Islamic Republic News Agency made no mention of the nuclear issue in reporting earlier that Lula was sitting down with Ahmadinejad. But French President Nicolas Sarkozy and President Dmitry Medvedev of Russia both have said they back Lula's efforts to resolve the long-running, high-stakes stalemate.

"This could be the last chance before the U.N. Security Council makes the already known decisions," Medvedev said, referring to the U.N. decision on imposing sanctions against Iran.

Sarkozy said earlier that he had spoken with Lula by phone to assure him that Paris supports his efforts to resolve the impasse.

The United States and many other countries believe that Iran intends to develop nuclear weapons. Iran says its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes.

On Saturday, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu left for Tehran to join the Iran-Brazil talks. Erdogan said Sunday the anticipated signal from Iran was received and he was changing his schedule to travel to Tehran, postponing a planned visit to Azerbaijan.

Erdogan's statement indicated an agreement in which Iran would send most of its low-enriched uranium to be turned into fuel rods suitable for Turkey's nuclear power reactor that makes medical isotopes.

"After our high-level meeting in Tehran, I believe we will have the opportunity to start the process regarding the swap," Erdogan said. "We said that we will go to Tehran if the swap takes place in Turkey, and we received news that the text includes a reference to this. That's why we are going. Otherwise we wouldn't have gone."

Turkey and Brazil have been working on a joint offer based on the nuclear swap deal offered previously to Tehran. Both countries are temporary members of the U.N. Security Council and have been working toward a diplomatic solution that does not involve sanctions.

Lula is in Iran ahead of the Group of 15 developing nations meeting in Tehran. The group actually has 17 members -- Algeria, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Iran, Jamaica, Kenya, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, Senegal, Sri Lanka, Venezuela and Zimbabwe.

Lula also met separately with Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei on his trip, according to Iranian media reports. State-run Press TV reported Khameini emphasized to Lula the need for relations between independent states such as Brazil and Iran in order to reduce the influence of superpowers such as the United States.

"The only way to change the oppressive relations in the world today is through the formation of closer ties between independent states," Khameini said, according to Press TV. "Superpowers have defined vertical relations in the world which places a superpower at the top. These relations must be changed and their change is possible."



lools like a couple of people got bypassed...., Israel is negative and they assert Iran cheated on Brasil and Turkey..., story developing..
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05/17/2010 03:38 AM
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05/17/2010 03:42 AM
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With or without uranium it's time to bomb Iran.
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With or without uranium it's time to bomb Iran.
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The one that should be bombed is the illegal parasites in Israel!
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With or without uranium it's time to bomb Iran.
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i think the iranians play the game very cunning and smart..., israel and usa on the sideline.
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05/17/2010 04:14 AM
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With or without uranium it's time to bomb Iran.
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Actually it's time to take war mongering Nazis like you, try you for terrorism, and put you head in a guillotine where it belongs.

norespect
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more crap from the liberal media

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more crap from the liberal media

bsflag
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It comes from press TV.

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You are a Nazi fail.
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you have to admit, there's not much usa/uk/israel can do now.

not without inciting the wrath of the rest of the civilised world..., yea well, i say civilised, cos i wanna be nice today:)
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With or without uranium it's time to bomb Iran.




i think the iranians play the game very cunning and smart..., israel and usa on the sideline.
 Quoting: Fun-Da-Mental





If them iranians think that they can outsmart the world, we let them think ....
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you have to admit, there's not much usa/uk/israel can do now.

not without inciting the wrath of the rest of the civilised world..., yea well, i say civilised, cos i wanna be nice today:)
 Quoting: Fun-Da-Mental


Gotta love End Game.

;)

I have been in this for a while.

Basically the "west" agreed to an exchange but when Iran said they wanted the material upfront, they called their bluff.

The West had no intention of making a real fuel swap, they were just going to steal it.

Now the whole world knows.

I am knee deep in this issue, trust me on this.
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you have to admit, there's not much usa/uk/israel can do now.

not without inciting the wrath of the rest of the civilised world..., yea well, i say civilised, cos i wanna be nice today:)


Gotta love End Game.

;)

I have been in this for a while.

Basically the "west" agreed to an exchange but when Iran said they wanted the material upfront, they called their bluff.

The West had no intention of making a real fuel swap, they were just going to steal it.

Now the whole world knows.

I am knee deep in this issue, trust me on this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 971798



yea, it's in the open now, gonna be interesting times ahead.. hf
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Re: Iran agrees to send uranium to Turkey
With or without uranium it's time to bomb Iran.




i think the iranians play the game very cunning and smart..., israel and usa on the sideline.




If them iranians think that they can outsmart the world, we let them think ....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 972938


Their is nothing to outsmart, you are just a brainwashed western Nazi.

norespect

Tell me what they are outsmarting so I can make you look stupid in front of everyone.
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Re: Iran agrees to send uranium to Turkey
Let's not forget that Turkey has a nculear arsenal of its own (sort-of). Despite the fact that the Cold War ended about 20 years ago, the United States has forward deployed 200 tactical nculear weapons throughout Europe. In fact, 90 of these gravity bombs (designed to be delivered by aircraft) are located at the Incirlik Air Base near Adana, Turkey.Other than France and Great Britain (which have their own strategic and tactical nculear arsenals), more nculear weapons are present on Turkish territory than any other nation in Europe. By way of comparison, the U.S. has forward deployed only 20 of these weapons in Belgium (at Kleine Brogel Air Base), 20 in Germany (at Bfcchel Air Base), 20 in the Netherlands (at Volkel Air Base) and 50 in Italy (at Aviano Air Base). These weapons were originally intended to deter a Soviet invasion of Europe and were long considered a political plum for those nations that had them; this was especially true of Turkey (which used to brag that the U.S. stationed more nculear weapons in Turkey than it did in Greece). Of course, these weapons are ostensibly controlled exclusively by the Americans and could never be launched without a direct order of the President of the United States.There is some debate about whether Turkey would object to the removal of these 90 warheads. The current government has issued somewhat muddled and tentative statements that they would be willing to see these weapons removed but it is unclear that the Turkish military would support this. In fact, some have suggested that acquiescing to the removal of these weapons is a red line that Turkey's civilian government had better not cross unless it wants real trouble with the military.It has even been suggested that if Iran acquires nculear weapons, Turkey will feel obliged to develop its own independent arsenal despite the protestations of the current government that it would not do so.Those interested in this subject can begin their research at the website of the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists. The BAS has an extensive archive of material on Turkey, NATO and American tactical nculear weapons.

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