Stockpile grows: Iran has special ‘fluctuating’ uranium, apparently

Stockpile grows: Iran has special ‘fluctuating’ uranium, apparently
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[Ed. – I love it.  “Normally fluctuating uranium.”  I bet the IRS accepts their lame excuses too.]

Under the July deal, Iran agreed to reduce its number of installed centrifuges to around 6,100 from 19,000, according to the United States. Of the remaining 6,100, only about 5,100 will be used to enrich uranium. …

Iran’s stockpile of low-enriched uranium had increased by 460.2 kg in the past three months to 8,305.6 kg, the report said. Under the deal with major powers, that stockpile must be slashed to no more than 300 kg.

The senior diplomat, however, said the increase was a normal fluctuation.

“There is nothing special in that. It’s the normal way,” he said.

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