Iran's FM: United States, Russia and France send letter to IAEA on uranium exchange
The United States, Russia and France have sent a new letter to the IAEA regarding the exchange of uranium, Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said at a joint press conference with his Turkish counterpart Ahmet Davutoglu today, IRNA reported.
According to Mottaki, all proposals received from the IAEA are being reviewed.
He said he is holding discussions on the nuclear issue with Turkey, Japan, Brazil and other countries.
"At the meeting with my Turkish counterpart, we discussed the latest developments regarding nuclear fuel. These negotiations will continue," he added.
He said the Iran-Turkey discussions may clarify Iran's nuclear points for others.
In October 2009, the IAEA and Russia, the United States, China, Britain, France and Germany offered Tehran to exchange low-enriched uranium for high-enriched uranium. Iran has not rejected the proposal, but the parties failed to agree on a fuel exchange.