Friday, December 27, 2002

CNN: Russia's Atomic Energy Minister Alexander Rumyantsev said on his return from Tehran on Friday: "Iran is using nuclear energy exclusively for peaceful purposes.
"There are no programmes to create nuclear weapons or develop sensitive nuclear technologies."
Rumyantsev signed the deal with the head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation, Gholamreza Aghazadeh, on Wednesday, setting out the plan to build the plant.
Agreements on the return of spent nuclear fuel to Russia and the possibility of another plant being constructed have yet to be reached, The Associated Press reported.
Bearing in mind Iran’s investments in offensive and defensive projects, it’s extremely hard to believe that Mullahs are not looking for nuclear arms. Nearly half of Iran’s budget has been spending to develop weapons and army facilities for several years. Iran is one of the rich countries in oil and natural gas resources and making a gas power plan is much more economic and safer than nuclear one.


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