Kazakhstan plans 'nuclear fuel bank' project
The world's top uranium producer Kazakhstan has said it wants to play a leading role in global nuclear non-proliferation.
It has offered to host a nuclear fuel bank to store low-enriched uranium for civilian purposes under UN control.
The project is aimed at encouraging countries like Iran not to pursue their own uranium enrichment technologies.
Rayhan Demytrie reports.
05 Apr 2013
- From the section Asia