How should the West react to new Iran-Turkey deal?
Iran has agreed a deal with Turkey to send its low-enriched uranium abroad in exchange for nuclear fuel from the United States, France and Russia. What is your reaction?
Iran's foreign ministry said it was ready to ship 1,200kg of low-enriched uranium to Turkey, in return for nuclear fuel for its medical research reactor. A similar idea was proposed last year but Tehran rejected the deal.
Iran is already under three sets of UN sanctions for refusing to halt its uranium enrichment, which the West fears hides a covert nuclear weapons programme. It is thought this new deal mediated by Brazil may ward off another round of sanctions and lead to new talks.
Will this move make any difference to Iran's relationship with the West? Should another round of sanctions be imposed on Iran? Should world leaders engage in further talks with Tehran?
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