Iran urged over enrichment plan
02-Nov-2009 (one comment)

Iran has come under more international pressure to respond to a proposal it send uranium abroad for enrichment. The head of the UN nuclear watchdog, Mohamed ElBaradei, said the draft deal offered last month was a "fleeting opportunity" to avoid confrontation.

Iran has raised "technical and economic considerations" with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and has missed deadlines to respond. Britain, France and Russia have also called on Iran to promptly respond.

Under the plan brokered by the IAEA and agreed by Russia, the US and France, most of Iran's enriched uranium would be sent abroad to be turned into fuel rods for research use.

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Mardom Mazloom

Mr. Javid

by Mardom Mazloom on

I would add a Nekbat at the end of your super title, as it may better reflect the reality:

IAEA to IRI: Deyala Nekbat!