Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Iran says rudimental agreement reached with Russia

Could this be a Tuesday sign of Hope? Has Iran finally come to their senses? Has Russia saved the world from war? Let's read on and be disappointed...probably.

Iran and Russia have reached a rudimental agreement on principles over a Russian compromise proposal of joint uranium enrichment venture.

A rudimental agreement, or an agreement that has yet to actually take form, on principles of a compromise. This is a very fancy way of saying that the talks yeilded absolutely nothing isn't it? I mean, jeez, you have to break out a fucking dictionary to figure out what the fuck this means. And survey says...it basically means nothing.

The two sides discussed Russia's proposal that the two countries establish a joint venture in Russia to enrich uranium for Iran.

Okay, well, I guess that would be quite helpful in combating Iran trying to obtain nuclear weapons. I don't trust Russia much, but shit, I trust them a hell of a lot more than I trust Iran.

The United States and the European Union (EU) have accepted the Russian proposal, both urging Iran to accept the offer and return to a moratorium of its uranium enrichment activities.

So maybe there is hope for this yet.


No deal in Moscow nuclear talks

This headline was posted one hour after the previous one I was commenting on. All hope was lost, one hour later. One hour!

Talks between Iran and Russia on a proposal by Moscow to enrich uranium for Iran ended in the Russian capital yesterday without a deal being struck.

Not even a rudimental agreement on principles?


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