According to Sputnik, Lindsey Graham, chairman of the US Senate Judiciary Committee at the Thirty-fifth Munich Security Conference, said the World Bank’s nuclear fuel could be an alternative to a comprehensive joint action plan that would limit Tehran’s nuclear program development.
According to him, the US government must present its view that it wants to replace it.
The creation of a World Bank nuclear fuel could replace the agreement, Graham said. Outside the region, nuclear fuel is guaranteed, and no one needs to have the opportunity to enrich.
He said the bank could be located in France or elsewhere, and all Arab countries and Iranians could use all their nuclear energy needs. But fuel cells are being produced outside the region, providing nuclear fuel and no one needs to create opportunities for enrichment.
The Brigham agreement was signed in 2015 by Iran with permanent members of the UN Security Council (Russia, Britain, China, the United States, France and Germany).
In May 2018, the United States announces its withdrawal from Iran and imposes economic sanctions on Iran. Exactly one year later, on May 8, 2019, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced that Tehran had suspended part of its nuclear deal obligations.