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Iranian delegation to visit Moscow on Feb.14 to negotiate on Russian proposal.

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posted on Feb, 12 2006 @ 12:34 PM
I still think negotiations are open and the proposal could be accepted, who knows but talking about sanctions and threats aren't going to help in the near future for the west.

An Iranian delegation for talks on Russia’s proposal to set up a joint venture (JV) on its territory to enrich uranium for Iran’s nuclear power plants will arrive here on February 14.
The talks between the two sides will be held at the level of deputy heads of the National Security Councils, RIA Novosti news agency reported today quoting the official spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry Hamid Reza Asefi.

Earlier, the Russian media had reported that talks on the joint venture would be held in Moscow on February 16.

Mr Asefi said Iran still did not view Russia's proposal negatively and would discuss it comprehensively, in Moscow.

The Russia-Iran talks come after Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad threatened yesterday that Tehran may reconsider its position on the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), if the West continued to use this agreement as a means of denying the country's right to nuclear energy for peaceful purposes.

''If the West continues to use NPT provisions to deprive Iran of its legal right to peaceful nuclear technology, the Iranian nation will change its position on the treaty,'' Mr Ahmadinejad said.

''Russia's proposal to Iran to enrich uranium on Russian soil remained on the negotiating table,'' Russian Defence Minister Sergei Ivanov said.

''Russia spoke firmly for the strict observance of all norms of international law on nuclear non-proliferation,'' Mr Ivanov said.

The Russian offer has been seen as a compromise in the standoff between Iran and the West.

Iran said recently it saw no reason to accept Russia's proposal after the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), decided to inform the UN Security Council about the Iranian nuclear issue.

The IAEA resolution also urged Iran to resume its moratorium on nuclear fuel research, to ratify an additional protocol to its agreement with the IAEA, and to allow the agency to clarify all aspects of its past nuclear activities.

posted on Feb, 12 2006 @ 01:29 PM
Hope they come to some kind of agreement, that should keep those warhawks in Europe and US at bay.

posted on Feb, 12 2006 @ 02:00 PM
Just as what happened before, the war has been scheduled.

Originally posted by shire19
Hope they come to some kind of agreement, that should keep those warhawks in Europe and US at bay.

posted on Feb, 12 2006 @ 02:21 PM
A deal needs to be worked out as America going to war with Iran will affect the world in lose-lose way. America can not afford another war and would not win in practical terms.

Iran could take out Persian Gulf bound oil tankers that would cripple the world oil demand.

But America may be boxed into military action if Iran push through droping the $ for the Euro. The world needs America to be a Super-Power.

March will be interesting!!

God be with you,

posted on Feb, 12 2006 @ 03:02 PM
Oh... they are tying to weasel their way out, isn't that cute?

All Iran is trying to do is prolong their Nuclear Program by trying to make this deal which it will secretly break. Sorry but we’re not going to fall for that, and if you’re in Iran don't forget to wave to the USAF in March

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