Agreement with Iran: Moscow hopes to be the big winner for the civil nuclear

Le chef de la diplomatie russe, Sergueï Lavrov, entouré du ministre allemand des Affaires étrangères, Frank-Walter Steinmeier,et le secrétaire d'État américain John Kerry, à Vienne, le 14 juillet.

The head of Russian diplomacy Sergei Lavrov surrounded the German Foreign Minister, Frank-Walter Steinmeier and US Secretary of State John Kerry in Vienna on 14 July. Photo credit: Joe Klamar / AP

In November 2014, an intergovernmental agreement signed between Moscow and Tehran, called for the construction of seven nuclear reactors.

Iran has oil. For electricity, the country can count on Russia. Moscow and giant nuclear energy, Rosatom, appear among the big winners of the Agreement signed in Vienna, what was immediately congratulated the Russian Foreign Ministry. Both partners “have massive programs of development of Iranian nuclear energy” civil, recalled Sergei Lavrov, adding that his country is one who, in 2012, had allowed the negotiations to “break the deadlock”. The fruit of this diplomatic activism, Russia will be at the end of the agreement, given the responsibility of Iran to withdraw LEU in exchange for delivery in Tehran natural uranium. Moreover, Rosatom could be responsible for the conversion of the site of Fordo, near Qom, one of the suspects …

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