Iran will halt enrichment if West removes sanctions
Jerusalem Post / staff
03-Jul-2008 (5 comments)

Iran expressed readiness to freeze its uranium enrichment program in return for lifting the international sanctions imposed on it, Israel's Channel 2 senior analyst Ehud Ya'ari revealed
Thursday evening.

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Even if Iran wanted to do this

by ToofanZeGreat on

Western powers would refuse, they would never lift all sanctions for just enrichment freeze, sorry guys, they want a complete utter buttrape surrender.

Rosie T.

I have not seen it ANYWHERE but the Jerusalem Post, the

by Rosie T. on

Guardian still says Iran sending out mixed signals, I cannot find this ANYWHERE else, yes I think it might be too good to be true.

K Nassery

I hope so....

by K Nassery on

If Iran would try this, they could over time prove to the world that they have good intentions.  It would help all nations to see this resovled positively.


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Niloufar Parsi

It is true

by Niloufar Parsi on

It's been the idea since the new round of negotiations began, and my feeling is that it is going to happen. Please see my blog on Nuclear schizophrenia for details.