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Russia Close to Signing Nuclear Fuel Deal with Iran

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A Russian official against stated his country's intent to continue helping Iran with its nuclear efforts, saying that his upcoming visit to Tehran to sign a nuclear fuel delivery agreement "depends on Tehran's readiness to sign the contract." The two countries have been wrestling over technical details of the fuel delivery agreement, which is sometimes characterized as requiring spent fuel to be returned to Russia (often by Russians) and sometimes characterized as not requiring this safeguard (usually by Iranians). The project was to cost a total of $800 million. IRNA reports.

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