Ahmadinejad Goes on TV, Stresses Nuclear Cooperation
In a sharp contrast from previous statements, Iran’s President has gone on national television and stressed the need for international cooperation regarding nuclear technology. In his televised speech, Mr. Ahmadinejad stated, “Today, Iran’s nuclear conditions are stabilized and we’ve entered the phase of nuclear interaction and cooperation, and today an important issue is international nuclear cooperation in construction of nuclear power plants, reactors and even Iran’s contribution to a world fuel bank”. The statements could lead to a deal in which Iran sends some of it’s enriched uranium to Russia and France in exchange for rods for a medical reactor. See the LA Times for more.