October 01, 2009
According to scholar Michael Adler, a breakthrough agreement has come about from the Geneva talks. Apparently, Iran has agreed to ship 1,200 kilograms of enriched uranium to Russia to process for medical purposes. This would mean that Iran would no longer have enough enriched uranium to produce a nuclear weapon. RT’s Dina Gusovsky spoke to Michael Adler just hours after he broke this story.
Expert: Iran agrees to give up nukes!
Iran Nuke Deal Details
by Michael Adler
Oct 1, 2009
President Obama’s statement about a confidence-building measure from Iran this afternoon left out the key detail: In a breakthrough agreement at talks in Geneva, Iran has agreed to send 1,200 kilograms of enriched uranium to Russia for further processing, two diplomats told the Daily Beast, noting this would mean Iran no longer has enough uranium to make a nuclear weapon.