Kazakh uranium supplies to Iran depend on the decision of the Big Six

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A file photograph dated February 26, 2006 shows a general view of the nuclear power plant in Bushehr, south Iran.

Kazatomprom and Iran’s nuclear energy organisation have a contract for supply of 950 tonnes of natural uranium


ASTANA - The Iran policy of the new US administration has made it impossible for Kazakhstan to supply uranium to Iran.

Kazakhstan’s national company Kazatomprom and the nuclear energy organisation of Iran have a contract for supply of 950 tonnes of unreached uranium.

According to Kazakhstan’s Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs Erzhan Ashikbaev, the contract was signed for three years. It also met the requirements of UN Resolution 2231 for a prior approval of the deal through the “procu...


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