Saturday, January 16, 2010

Maybe the Great State Discuss Iran Nuclear Program This Week.

Washington (ANTARA News / Reuters) - big countries namely U.S., UK, France, Russia and China - plus Germany, may soon meet to discuss Iran's nuclear program, said the U.S. State Department, Monday. U.S., which accuses Iran of secretly trying to make atomic weapons with civilian nuclear programs veil, last week said they have started talking about new sanctions to pressure the Tehran government to abandon its nuclear program is not hurting ordinary citizens.

Tensions over Iran's nuclear program culminated in some time after they rejected the nuclear deal brokered UN atomic agency and also announced plans to build 10 new uranium enrichment plant. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has so far mediate a plan in which Iran would send enriched uranium to the low level of Russia and France, but Tehran has rejected the proposal.

Based on that initiative, Iran was given the option to send about 75 percent enriched uranium in a low-level overseas to be turned into fuel plates for the purposes of making Tehran reactor isotopes for cancer treatment. When asked whether Iran's refusal will lead to implementation of new sanctions, one source who knows these negotiations say that there is a general discussion of the sanctions but no detailed things started to talk about.

Major countries of the world wants to reduce Iran's uranium reserves fall below levels needed to make an atomic bomb - if the uranium was enriched in a high level. Israel and some Western countries accuse Iran of using its nuclear program as a cover for making atomic weapons, but Tehran insists that its nuclear program only for peaceful civilian purposes.

Iran responded with even threatened to attack Israeli installations that make nasty bombs and nuclear weapons if they were attacked by the Jewish state. Israel, the only Middle Eastern country that has nuclear weapons but not announced, never rule out a military strike against Iranian nuclear facilities to prevent Tehran's atomic weapons. Repeatedly Iran war exercises and show off new weapons to demonstrate its readiness to respond to military action of its nuclear facilities.

Washington (ANTARA News / Reuters) - big countries namely U.S., UK, France, Russia and China - plus Germany, may soon meet to discuss Iran's nuclear program, said the U.S. State Department, Monday. U.S., which accuses Iran of secretly trying to make atomic weapons with civilian nuclear programs veil, last week said they have started talking about new sanctions to pressure the Tehran government to abandon its nuclear program is not hurting ordinary citizens.

Tensions over Iran's nuclear program culminated in some time after they rejected the nuclear deal brokered UN atomic agency and also announced plans to build 10 new uranium enrichment plant. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has so far mediate a plan in which Iran would send enriched uranium to the low level of Russia and France, but Tehran has rejected the proposal.

Based on that initiative, Iran was given the option to send about 75 percent enriched uranium in a low-level overseas to be turned into fuel plates for the purposes of making Tehran reactor isotopes for cancer treatment. When asked whether Iran's refusal will lead to implementation of new sanctions, one source who knows these negotiations say that there is a general discussion of the sanctions but no detailed things started to talk about.

Major countries of the world wants to reduce Iran's uranium reserves fall below levels needed to make an atomic bomb - if the uranium was enriched in a high level. Israel and some Western countries accuse Iran of using its nuclear program as a cover for making atomic weapons, but Tehran insists that its nuclear program only for peaceful civilian purposes.

Iran responded with even threatened to attack Israeli installations that make nasty bombs and nuclear weapons if they were attacked by the Jewish state. Israel, the only Middle Eastern country that has nuclear weapons but not announced, never rule out a military strike against Iranian nuclear facilities to prevent Tehran's atomic weapons. Repeatedly Iran war exercises and show off new weapons to demonstrate its readiness to respond to military action of its nuclear facilities.

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