And eating it too...
The delivery of the nuclear fuel has removed one of the most significant practical sanctions against Tehran, says the BBC's diplomatic correspondent, Jonathan Marcus.Hey, Vlad... have you forgotten who we're dealin' with, here?
Russia's foreign ministry said it had received assurances from Tehran that the fuel would not be used anywhere but at Bushehr. The foreign ministry statement urged Iran to stop enriching uranium, saying there was no longer any need.
But a senior Iranian official said his country would not halt uranium enrichment "under any circumstances".
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Washington says Iran has no need to continue its own nuclear programme now that Russia has started delivering fuel to the Bushehr power plant.*
But Tehran says it will not stop the uranium enrichment process despite the threat of further UN sanctions.