Western governments considering deal that may allow Iran to continue with uranium enrichment
Wednesday 02 October 2013
Western governments are considering allowing Iran to continue some uranium enrichment, as part of a possible deal to resolve a decade-old dispute, a senior EU diplomat has said.
The new stance – a reaction to President Hassan Rouhani’s overtures to the West – would mean easing a demand that Iran suspend all enrichment, amid fears that Tehran could be developing nuclear weapons.
Lithuania’s Foreign Minister, Linas Linkevicius, said: “I believe part of the game is that if the Iranians prove that whatever they are doing is peaceful, it will, as I understand, be possible for them to conduct it.”
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