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Russian and Iranian Nuclear Talks Fail

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posted on Mar, 1 2006 @ 02:17 PM
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Looks like Iran cannot or will not agree with anyone when it comes to insisting on enriching its own Nuclear fuel. Now the talks with Russia have failed and yesterday Japan offered help which I doubt will help either. :shk:

So it would appear there is no changing their minds and they are hell bent on making their own, which means they clearly want to make nuclear weapons so they can wipe out Israel and possibly other nations who knows




Russia, Iran fail to break impasse

Iran and Russia failed to agree on a compromise to break the deadlock over Tehran's nuclear program on Wednesday, as the Islamic Republic's president sought support in Muslim Malaysia.

Iranian officials, headed by top nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani, held a third round of talks on Moscow's proposal to carry out uranium enrichment for Iran on Russian soil.

"We need to refine ... a few elements of this question and study it. This requires time," Larijani told reporters through a translator after the talks ended late in the evening.

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.




[edit on 3/1/2006 by shots]




posted on Mar, 1 2006 @ 02:29 PM
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Its scary when they cant even come to a agreement with their so called "ally" Russia.

It does rasie some questions why they are so adamant about making their own fuel if its purely a peacful energy issue. Most countries that use nuclear energy import their fuel and dont seem to have any problem with that. They cant trust Russia to do this for them?

Im sure it has nothing to do with the ablility to make fuel is also handy when making nuclear weapons. If you just buy your fuel your pretty much @#$ out when it comes to weapon grade.

Im glad most of the world shows concern about the Iran issue they should be.



posted on Mar, 1 2006 @ 02:31 PM
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We had this discussion before similiar to this and sometimes talks like this do intend to happen, but do want to have new talks with US now...


www.abovetopsecret.com...

[edit on 1-3-2006 by Mehran]



posted on Mar, 1 2006 @ 02:54 PM
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Originally posted by Mehran
We had this discussion before similiar to this and sometimes talks like this do intend to happen, but do want to have new talks with US now...


They may just want to buy them some time until they conduct their first test of a weapon. Allegedly a militant group against the current leadership says they planed to test one this month.

Tehran plans nuclear weapon test by March

Lets hope they are wrong.



posted on Mar, 1 2006 @ 04:01 PM
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Originally posted by Mehran
We had this discussion before similiar to this and sometimes talks like this do intend to happen, but do want to have new talks with US now...

www.abovetopsecret.com...
[edit on 1-3-2006 by Mehran]


imao...

This sounds extemely unfair upon ‘prima fascia’: Bush and rice have laid down the gauntlet; talks with the US will not happen under these past/present/future conditions. The US, IAEA, possibly the EU, etcetera/etal will not allow Iran to dictate nuclear policy to the world nor share the technology.

It is time for Iran to capitulate or the clock will run against her. However; no matter how one slices the cake, Iran has proven time after time to fail in her obligations. She lost her right to ‘peaceful’ nuclear pursuits in her own right by providing nothing but lies and eighteen plus years of clandestine activities. Who does she really believe is the fool?


Originally posted by shots
Allegedly a militant group against the current leadership says they planed to test one this month.


I too hope ‘they’ are wrong, very wrong, however the regional threat level is too high, Iran is not DPK and knee jerk comparisons can not be made. A verifiable mention (in this time) of a ‘test’ will cause her and her people great pain as in doing so she will have fully shown the hand which probability has already estimated.

Iran is running out of time.


mg



posted on Mar, 1 2006 @ 04:46 PM
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I'll tell you the deal here........

Iran (and when you think about it any country in today's world) wants nuclear weapons and wants them badly.............regretably, nuclear weapons are the only things that allow a country to barter against a super power like the US............so everyone wants them.......

Especially Iran.................because they are working to trade oil at the end of March independent from the US dollar and they know like Iraq....as soon as a switch to euro dollars occured...........well the US is going to come raining down on them...........

Nuclear weapons are Iran's only bartering chip to prevent such an attack from the US.........or at least if they go down they can do tremendous damage to their enemies........

Humans, governments, nations and sects cannot stop conflict against each other............in the past when it was only conventional weapons it took weeks to implement such destruction..........when nuclear weapons came along it was thought that with the costs and production associated to make bombs only a few super powers could hold the world hositage with them in a cold war standoff............

but here we are........the weapons are becoming more common place and sooner or later not everyone will be able to restrain from using them.........then when conflict escalates.......it won't be like moving troops measured in weeks.........it will be like pressing buttons in the matter of hours or even minutes where decisions to stop escalation slip further and further out of the hands of human intervention.......

"I have become death the destroyer of worlds" - hindu scripture of God Visnu quoted by Robert Oppenheimer in reaction to his veiwing of the world's first atomic bomb test at Trinity.......



posted on Mar, 1 2006 @ 06:11 PM
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I would just like to point out that the talks did not actually fail. I suppose it just depends on what you want to pick out of the news stories about this.

The truth is that they did not "fail"; neither did they achieve a resolution yet.
The talks are are on-going.


Talks between Russian and Iranian negotiators on a Russian plan for joint uranium enrichment have ended with a "general" agreement but the proposal needs work, Iran's chief negotiator said on Wednesday.

Ali Larijani said talks would be continued to work out outstanding issues but he said Tehran was still insisting on its right to enrich uranium on its own soil.

"In general we are agreed on this question but we need to refine ... a few elements of this question and study it. This requires time," Larijani said after about four hours of talks with officials from Russia's Security Council

today.reuters.com...:2006-03-



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