A report detailing Iran's uranium enrichment efforts and a secret project linked by U.S intelligence to a possible atomic weapons program will be issued Monday to the board of the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency, diplomats said.
The board already reported Iran to the U.N. Security Council, but the council is waiting for the report and the outcome of the meeting before taking any concrete action. The council has the power to impose economic and political sanctions on Iran.
The IAEA, a notoriously docile, toothless, animal is final admitting to an Iranian atomic weapons program. Rest assured it is far deeper, much further along and much more dangerous than described.
Much ado (about nothing) is being made of the "new and improved" Iran Russia deal;
Iran strikes deal with Russia on uranium enrichment project
IRAN has reached a basic agreement with Russia on a "joint venture" to enrich uranium, Iran's nuclear chief said yesterday, in a deal that could put an end to the growing international crisis over fears that Tehran wants to build atomic bombs.
This hardly ends my fears but serves to increase them. The world is looking for any way out. The world is begging to be conned. The slumbering masses want desperately not to have to deal with this.
Iran says it agrees basic nuclear deal with Russia
BUSHEHR, Iran (Reuters) - Iran has reached a "basic" agreement with Russia on jointly enriching uranium, officials said on Sunday -- but there was no immediate sign that it would suspend home-grown enrichment to allay fears that it is developing nuclear weapons.
Just for knowing, I am not buying any of it, not for a second. Everyone wants their fears assuaged but a "joint venture" between Russia and Iran is like a joint venture between Stalin and Hitler. No good can come of it.It reeks of the unholy alliance: Stalin's Pact With Hitler and I am sure Ahmadinejad will turn on Putin in much the same way Hitler turned on Stalin.
Everyone gets caught in the nuclear crossfire.........
Whatever you may think of the shortcomings of the measure, I hope you'll join me in calling the offices of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to express support for Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's $85 million democracy package for Iran.
hat tip: Asher A
U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510-6225
Majority Phone: (202) 224-4651
Minority Phone: (202) 224-3953
Also you can call the senators from your own state to express support hereFULL TEXT HERE of the Embargoed IAEA Report on Iran's Nuclear Program