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Yes, a country that does not beleive in the holocost can be trusted with uranium enrichment. (in answer to your question)
but only under this proposal. Iran will need oversight from an international body to get this by.
the idiocy of the president doesn't affect whether his scientists can be trusted when oversight is in place.
The proposal means nothing.
Russia is working hand-in-hand with Iran in the hopes of buying time.
More time equates to the more work done towards acquiring the capabilities to build and acquire nukes.
Russia is no ally, and though the notion of the Cold War ending is habitually spewed, there is no doubt that there is a hidden Cold War still going on.
Russia is supporting Iran, Syria, and supported Saddam till he was toppled.
Furthermore, the missiles fired from Lebanon into Israel are Russia made.
I'd guess that's the US.
Originally posted by LazarusTheLong
and Bodrul: your post sounded like an attack on american policys...
eggs in china? whatsut whar? what does that have to do with anything regarding Russias offer to Iran?
ATS has loads of threads to bash america... try any or all, and have fun...
it was in response to his comment that made it look like a entire country thinks like their leader there for
Iran has dismissed a proposal that it conduct uranium enrichment in Russia as a way out of an impasse in talks over its controversial nuclear programme.
Supreme National Security Council Secretary Ali Larijani said it was not logical for any country to entrust its energy security to another state.
Mr Larijani said the Russian plan was only a few lines long and was not well-thought out.
"It has serious flaws," he told national television.
He also warned of a "crushing" response if Iran's nuclear and military facilities were attacked by the US or Israel.