In an effort to get their civilian uranium enrichment program producing nuclear fuel for energy generation, Iran has announced this weekend that they are planning to buy 950 tonnes of uranium ore from Kazakhstan.
The managers of the power plant also briefed the AEOI chief about the activities carried out in the nuclear site in the current Iranian year (March 20, 2016 - March 20, 2017).
Iran relies on Russia's support in production of fuel for nuclear power plants, head of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization Ali Akbar Salehi said in an interview with ISNA on Saturday.
Salehi said the final shipment of concentrate, known as yellow cake, would be turned into uranium hexafluoride gas and sold back to Kazakhstan - its first global sale of the compound which is used in the uranium enrichment process.
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(TAPNA) presented Salehi with a report on the maintenance now underway at the plant and discussed the role of Iranian experts and companies and the drop in the shares of Russian contractors.
The U.N. agency tasked with monitoring Iran's nuclear deal with six world powers has issued a report that indicates Tehran is honoring its end of the deal.
Under the deal, Iran is allowed to run around 5,000 "IR-1" centrifuges and has been testing more advanced models that can produce greater quantities of enriched uranium - all under the strict supervision of the United Nations atomic agency.