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VIENNA, July 3 /TASS/. Iran and the six powers have agreed to take out uranium to Russia, a diplomatic source in Iran’s delegation told TASS on Friday.
"Yes, such an agreement has been reached. It is supposed to become part of the deal," he said.
Iran and the six international brokers (five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany) agreed on political parameters of a future agreement on Iran’s nuclear program in Lausanne in April this year. Under the Lausanne agreement, Iran is allowed having limited enriched uranium reserves in its territory and is supposed to take out extra reserves abroad.
In Lausanne, Iran also made a commitment to take out and sell to the external market all surplus stocks of heavy water, which is not needed for the operation of a nuclear reactor in Arak.