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Agreement could have implications on reviving nuclear deal and could even help build ties between Moscow, Beijing, Tehran and Riyadh.
Tehran denies discovery is meaningful. Israel steps up sabre-rattling. CIA chief says his agency has no evidence Iranians are moving to “weaponise”.
Resource found in Hamedan could be first of several finds in province.
Russia's nuclear exports were already booming well before the war in Ukraine started but now they are growing even faster. After the disaster of ...
Russia's nuclear exports were already booming well before the war in Ukraine started but now they are growing even faster. Moscow is using nuclear power as foreign policy tool to bind allies in the non-aligned world more tightly to its cause.
The energy crisis in Central and Eastern Europe has lost some of its bite after a mild winter and record LNG imports led to a slump in natural gas prices. The EU has made good progress in replacing Russian energy supplies.
As the Western nuclear industry flounders, Russia’s Rosatom is building nuclear power plants on time and under budget around the world, while selling uranium to the United States.
Hungary, Czechia, Poland, Slovakia and Romania all plan new reactors and many countries are also looking at small modular reactors for the future.
Kazatomprom said it was avoiding routes across Russia due to sanctions on the country.
Government plans to transform state miner Erdenes Mongol into SWF tasked with wisely investing coal, copper, gold and other earnings.
Plans are modest compared to privatisation proposals floated in the past.
Obstacle to hopes is Russia’s ownership of 40% of world's uranium conversion infrastructure, vital to making nuclear fuel.
Government daily, meanwhile, says “winter will bring the West to its senses”, implying Europe, US need nuclear deal relaunch to unlock Iranian energy supplies.
Moscow trip of Tehran’s top diplomat, meanwhile, fails to provide clear signal that a nuclear deal relaunch is on the horizon, but hopes are rising.
Iranian president remarks: “In no meeting or negotiation did we sell the rights of the people short.”
The world is looking to break its geopolitically risky dependence on imports of rare earth metals from Russia and China as East and West drift into an increasingly fraught showdown. Kazakhstan could become a major source of these metals.
And there’s no guarantee they will be forthcoming.
The EU “agreed” on a seventh package of sanctions yesterday, except they were gutted by Hungary that said it would veto any package that included sanctions on energy.
Says decision on whether to do so not yet made. US, meanwhile, releases intelligence on Russian military allegedly ‘shopping’ for Iranian combat drones.