Iran seeks two key changes in draft atom deal: report

TEHRAN (Reuters) – Iran will seek two changes to a U.N.-drafted nuclear fuel deal, including the gradual shipment of its low-enriched uranium (LEU) abroad rather than sending it in one go, a pro-government newspaper reported on Thursday.

It also said Tehran wanted a “simultaneous exchange,” under which it would receive fuel for a Tehran research reactor at the same time as it ships LEU out of the country, Javan newspaper reported, without giving a source.

(Reporting by Reza Derakhshi; writing by Fredrik Dahl; editing by Alison Williams)


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