Mining company remains silent in senate uranium deal

Mining company remains silent in senate uranium deal


The Australian Government has refused to speak publicly about whether it has closed the door on a joint venture that would have provided uranium to Iran’s nuclear programme.

The deal was supposed to be signed in 2013 but was delayed by a U.S. decision.

Key points: A deal would allow Iran’s enriched uranium to be shipped to Australia via the Caspian Sea

Australian Government is reportedly planning a series of actions to enforce the deal

China warned the U.S. it could “pay dearly” for the deal

After the United States pulled out of the deal, Iran was left unable to use the Caspian Sea as a route into the United States.

A leaked email obtained by the ABC from a secret document-sharing program at a Russian security intelligence agency was seen by Fairfax Media.

As part of a security arrangement, the intelligence agency requested Australian and New Zealand intelligence sources to a더킹카지노ccess information on Australians in Iran who were thought to have links to organised crime figures.

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said she would not comment in relation to the sensitive security situation because she was “going through a process of reassessment” of the deal.

Iran has since suspended its nuclear activities as part of diplomatic efforts to curb internati더킹카지노onal sanctions against Iran over the country’s nuclear program.

While the agreement would allow Iran to access uranium from the Natanz enrichment facility it is unlikely to receive much of it, the ABC has been told.

A uranium export licence would have been granted before the agreement was signed, but that has now been blocked by the United States, a state department spokeswoman said.

“While there are no plans to export U.S. uranium to Iran at this time, our international partners around the world continue to support the nuclear deal to increase stability in the region and our ability to influence events in the region,” a statement from Ms Bishop said.

Iran will continue to “promote peaceful means” to develop nuclear energy, Australian Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg said in a statement.

“The Australian Government has fully shared all of the facts of this matter with the United States and we fully respect their decisions and will continue to seek a peaceful solution with them.”

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