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TNN, May 21, 2010, 12.40am IST
NEW DELHI: The growing policy rift between India and the US on how to deal with Iran's nuclear enrichment plans has come out in the open with foreign minister S M Krishna disagreeing with the American position to welcome Tehran's decision to send its low enriched uranium stock to Turkey.
"That Iran has agreed to send enriched uranium to Turkey, is, I think, a constructive move," the foreign minister told TOI.
Krishna was replying to a question on US's plans to rope in other members of the UN Security Council to impose sanctions on Iran despite the s