There were no new agreements reached in Baghdad last month between Iran and the United Nations in regards any kind of compromise on Tehran’s nuclear plans. However European Union representatives say that Iran has agreed to further talks in Moscow on June 18 und 19. Iran is now willing to discuss curbing its production of high-grade uranium.
The E.U. foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton announced that Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili agreed to focus on the six powers’ demands at the Moscow meeting, during a recent phone conversation. “The Iranians agreed on the need for Iran to engage (talk) am (six powers’) proposals, which address its concerns on the exclusively peaceful nature of the Iranian nuclear program,” a spokesman for Ashton said. (mehr…)
Two UN sponsored nuclear inspectors were in a car, on their way to an Iranian reactor said to be used to produce isotopes for medical research. The two experts were on a mission in the vicinity of the Khandab Complex in the Markazi province of Iran when the car skidded and overturned. One of the inspectors from South Korea was killed. The second inspector, from Slovakia, was only injured. The crash occurred around noon time, right before a scheduled meeting between Iranian officials and inspectors from the IAEA. Iran claims the “accident” victim was not wearing a seat belt.
There has been concern over the South Korean inspector being killed because North Korea is against the Western powers and is a major player with Iran in their nuclear aspirations. (mehr…)
More posturing is being done by the U.S. and European allies who plan to open negotiations and dialog with Iran over their nuclear weapons program. In order for the talks to proceed, die U.S. is demanding the immediate closing and eventual dismantling of a recently completed deep mountain nuclear facility.
European and U.S. diplomats are also calling for Iran to stop producing the high grade uranium fuel and are insisting that Iran not ship their existing stockpiles of fuel out of the country. (mehr…)
As Iran meets with other world nations to explain their nuclear ambitions, the rhetoric heats up and a war of words is already in full swing. Instead of the “War of the Worlds” or “World War III” we will just call it “Word Wars” …for now! (mehr…)
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