Japan makes uranium offer to Iran

- February 25th, 2010

Inside Japan reports Japan’s offer to help enrich uranium to Iran.
According to local news source the Nikkei Business Daily, Tokyo offered Iran help with enriching uranium back in December last year, when Iran’s nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili was visiting the nation.
The report said that the uranium could be used to make medical isotopes at a facility […]

Inside Japan reports Japan’s offer to help enrich uranium to Iran.

According to local news source the Nikkei Business Daily, Tokyo offered Iran help with enriching uranium back in December last year, when Iran’s nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili was visiting the nation.

The report said that the uranium could be used to make medical isotopes at a facility in Tehran.
However, in a speech earlier this week, Japanese prime minister Yukio Hatoyama urged Iran to cooperate with UN Security Council resolutions and measures put in place by the Atomic Energy Agency in order to reassure the world over its intentions.

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