The Chairman of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization, Fereydoon Abbasi, says Iran plans to introduce Iranian nuclear material and related services into the international market.
“Iran plans to export nuclear related material and services which will be used exclusively for civilian purposes”, Abasi told Iran’s state owned News Agency. He also suggested that Iran and other countries should have cooperation in the nuclear field.
The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran announced on February 10, that Iran has already acquired nuclear fusion technology. The agency’s website said on the same day that with the use of laser inertial constraint method, Iran had made a great advance in the field of nuclear fusion research, but did not specify whether they had a nuclear testing or not.
Iran’s latest round of the six country nuclear talks in Istanbul, Turkey, ended on January 22. Since both sides had fundamental differences on the uranium enrichment issue, the talks didn’t achieve any consistent results.
Iranian Foreign Ministry announced that Iran is ready to continue the talks with the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China, Germany, in order to negotiate cross-cutting issues.
* Original article in Chinese by He Guanhai
*Article translated by Ileana Damaso and edited by Manzie Vincent Doh