Putin lifts export ban on uranium enrichment equipment to Iran, globally agreed

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Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has lifted a ban on Russian firms from working on Iranian enrichment sites.

According to the decree, Russian companies are now authorised to export hardware and to provide financial and technological advice to help Iran with three specific tasks. They were listed as helping it modify two cascades at its Fordow uranium enrichment plant, supporting Iranian efforts to export enriched uranium in exchange for raw uranium supplies, and helping Iran modernise its Arak heavy water reactor. The decision comes after a nuclear deal reached in July between Iran and the P5+1 group of countries. Under the agreement, Tehran accepted restrictions on its nuclear program in exchange for lifting anti-Iran sanctions.



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