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Tag Archives: Tehran Research Reactor
It might be a paradox when Iran’s announcement of having inserted the first self-fabricated fuel rod for the US-built 40-plus-year-old Tehran Research Reactor (which is supposed to produce nothing but isotopes for medical purposes) must be considered a confidence building … Continue reading
Iran’s new Foreign Minister and head of the country’s atomic energy organization had announced yesterday that Iran has now set up a special facility at Esfahan’s Uranium Conversion Plant to manufacture fuel plates for the Tehran Research Reactor (TRR). According to … Continue reading
Update below. Finally, Tehran has positively responded to a request, or invitation, from Catherine Ashton, the European Union’s foreign policy chief, to revive talks in Vienna on the nuclear issue. The meeting is supposed to be held on November 15-17. Another … Continue reading
See update below. Earlier this month, in an angry, even aggressive, response to Iranian president Ahmadinejad’s furious speech at the United Nations Nuclear Non-Proliferation (NPT) review conference in New York, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton rebutted his tirades and stated … Continue reading