TEHRAN, Iran - Iran hinted Monday it could agree to ship some low-enriched uranium abroad for processing as reactor fuel as the world awaited its reply on a U.N.-drafted nuclear plan aimed at easing tensions with the West.
But the step might not be enough to defuse the tensions, and Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki also left open the possibility Iran may snub the proposal and instead seek to buy the nuclear fuel it needs for a research reactor that makes medical isotopes.
The two-sided scenario presented by Mottaki appeared part of Iran's strategy to drag out negotiations over its nuclear program and leave the West guessing about its decision expected later this week.>>>
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