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Saturday, August 19, 2006

Iran nuclear delegation is going to Russia for increasing nuclear cooperation that benefits Iran

According to a column at iranfocus, Iran will send a nuclear delegation to Russia in the coming week for a 4 day stay. This appears to be further evidence of Russia's determination to facilitate the completion of the axis of evil terrorist state's nuclear program---in my opinion, as a foil to the influence of the United States in the Middle East.

It also further reinforces my formerly-expressed opinion that the United States cannot count Russia among its "friends." Russian President Putin has never gotten past his KGB roots and still has an obvious animus toward this country and is firmly in terrorist Iran's Islamo-fascist corner and willing to sell it the wherewithall to help it become a nuclear power and threat in the greater Middle East.

In other words, Putin is not with the United States of America. He is with the terrorists.

Are you good with this?

Read more below or at the above link.
"Iran Focus, London – Iran will send a senior delegation to Russia next week to hold talks with Russian officials on nuclear cooperation by the two states, the Russian news agency RIA Novosti reported on Friday.The delegation, which will include deputy head of the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran, Mahmoud Jannatian, will arrive on August 22 and stay until August 26, the report quoted Russia's nuclear power equipment and service export monopoly as saying.

“The program includes a visit to Unit 3 of the Kalinin nuclear power plant”, an Atomstroiexport spokesman said. The plant is based in the Tver Region in central Russia. The company is building Unit 1 of the Bushehr nuclear power plant under a contract worth about $1 billion... in July it was announced that Atomstroiexport and Iran had agreed (to) a new schedule under which the nuclear plant will be put into operation in the second half of 2007..."

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