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What Iran wants in African Countries?

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on June 21, 2010

On 20 November, 2005 Robert Mugabe announces on Zimbabwe state television that uranium deposits have been discovered.

Zimbabwe is set to strengthen its ties with Iran by setting up a tourism office in the Islamic republic, The Sunday Mail reported.

“We agreed that we should put in place a program of exchange visits to gain deeper understanding of each other’s market. We also agreed that my delegation will visit Iran first then Vice President Baghaee will reciprocate the visit,” he said.

“We are hoping to embark on this trip at the end of July this year. Already the Iranian Embassy in Harare has been in touch to work on the modalities of the visit,” said Mzembi.

Do you think what Iran wants in African countries like Zimbabwe or Sudan? As we all know now, their master which is A Q Khan also travel to some African countries and tried to make deals and transfer uranium deposits from that region to Pakistan because they had shortages for their weapons program in Pakistan.

The IAEA believes that the Khan deals in the 1980s and 1990s are the key to understanding the Iranian nuclear program and whether it is peaceful or military in intent.

Iran and Sudan have generally sought a very cordial and friendly relationship. Relations between Tehran and Khartoum have continued to grow, especially since April 2006, when President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad voiced his opposition to the deployment of Western United Nations Peacekeepers in the Darfur region. Sudan ardently supports Iran’s nuclear program. Both countries are also firmly against Israel.

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