Sunday, November 18, 2007

´Breaking; Ahmadinejad will consider Saudi plan for enriching uranium

During his visit to Saudi Arabia for the OPEC summit this weekend Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced he will disuss a Saudi plan for enriching uranium for fuel in Switzerland or another neutral country.
Iran eyes nuclear options abroad
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is to discuss with Arab nations a plan to enrich uranium outside the region in a neutral country such as Switzerland.
He made the announcement in an interview for Dow Jones Newswires in Saudi Arabia where he is attending a petroleum exporters' summit.
Gulf Arab states recently proposed setting up a consortium to provide nuclear fuel to Iran and others.
The scheme could allay fears Iran is enriching uranium for a nuclear bomb.
This could be the breakthrough we've all been hoping for.This comes on the heels of the release of 9 Iranians some who were part of an Iranian trade delagation kidnapped my the U.S. Military in Iraqi Kurdistan last January. Iran called their release as a "Confidence building measure".

The Iranians release followed a dramatic drop in attacks on American troops by Shiite militias with close ties to Iran .


Anna Bananna!! said...

This sounds too good to be true !! I think as a result of this cooperation, now the U.S will join Europe in supporting the regim against Iranian people! All these years Europe, which had good relationships with the regim, never really did anything about pressuring them to recognize people's civil rights. Not that the U.S did anything much.but now,...?
Are miracles still possible?

Anna Ny Mouse said...

I already said that It WAS too good to be true !!!
this news was denied by Iranian Authorities.
what is the word for miracles in Danish?!

Jungle Mom said...

and Chavez announces Venezuela will begin a "peaceful" nuclear program as well.