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Originally posted by sheepslayer247
reply to post by GrantedBail
Perhaps the economic situation has become such that they need to compromise in order to support the nation.
Iran is not doing well from what I understand and they probably need to do something to lift the sanctions.
Asfari said he hoped sanctions would be lifted in return for Iran's actions, otherwise it would resume the programme, according to a website belonging to the Al Arabiya news channel.
Originally posted by randomname
how could you really be sure.
the iaea isn't there 24/7 monitoring every single facility.
the iranians could have a parallel reactor enriching uranium in some unknown location.
All of Iran’s declared nuclear material is under IAEA seal, monitored by cameras and subject to regular inspection.
Originally posted by badgerprints
They won't get a new shipment of yellowcake in until after the new year.
Might as well take a shot at some political goodwill.
Iran is not suspending 20 percent uranium enrichment in its nuclear program, the Fars news agency reported on Sunday.
The semi-official news agency cited an "informed source" as saying "20 percent uranium enrichment activities continue as before and no change has happened."
The informed source added that "News about Iran's nuclear issues is only announced by the secretariat of the Supreme National Security Council (SNSC)."
Originally posted by jimmiec
Since Iran maintains they are not enriching Uranium i have to wonder how anything they say on the subject can be taken seriously. They probably want their citizens to think they are complying so they won't revolt.That or they want sanctions lifted. They will continue until they have nuclear capability to hit Israel.