Anoush Maleki
Press TV
January 25, 2010

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Sunday announced that he would have “good news” regarding the country’s nuclear drive in the next two weeks.

[efoods]The news, more specifically, is likely to include updates on the fuel needed for a medical research reactor in Tehran. The prospects of Iran enriching its uranium to a level of 20 percent have improved drastically due to the West’s stonewalling of an exchange proposal.

“The news is so sweet that every Iranian will be cheerful,” President Ahmadinejad told reporters after presenting his budget bill to Parliament.

The so-called international community, however, will not revel in his announcement. Under a UN-brokered proposal, the United States, France and Russia had planned to sell the much needed fuel to Iran under their own conditions.


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