Skip to comments.Iran Got Nuke Gear From Chinese Firm
Posted on 04/03/2010 5:01:35 AM PDT by edpc
IAEA probing how Teheran bypassed sanctions, allegedly one of many cases.
Iran recently managed to obtain equipment critical to its uranium enrichment efforts, and which is banned by UN sanctions against the country, through a Chinese company, The Wall Street Journal reported Saturday.
According to the report, the hardware which included valves and vacuum gauges for enrichment centrifuges was bought by an Iranian research firm which is linked to the countrys atomic energy organization. It was purchased from an intermediary representing a Chinese company - Zheijiang Ouhai Trade Corp.
According to the report, news of the purchase reached Western officials after an email detailing the sale was sent to the International Atomic Energy Agency. An investigation has been launched into the allegations.
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It is okay, if their nuclear equipment works as well as the rest of the stuff they make - the Iranians are going to blow themselves up for sure. I feel better already.
And just where did China get their info???
remember the Clinton years! China leaped years ahead with the help of Bill and his operatives (FOB’s).
they’re too right-brained and they love themselves too much to blow themselves up but they did lose one of their main guys who just recently defected n i forget his name (it was in the news this week)
i mean come on- if they blow themselves up how are those mullahs going to carry out the cash & gold they’ve stored up for themselves(not talking about the “”smart”mullahs who have suisse bank accts or offshore
that country is a party waiting to happen!
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