UAE, Bahrain enforcing sanctions against Iran
- Middle East: Thursday, September 20 - 2012 at 10:36
The UAE and Bahrain have confiscated a number of items Iran may have sought for its nuclear programme, Reuters has reported, citing diplomatic sources. One of the items heading to Iran but confiscated by Bahrain was carbon fibre, diplomats told the news service, a dual-use material UN experts have said would be crucial if Iran was to develop more advanced nuclear enrichment centrifuge technology. "The fact that these two countries are now taking steps to enforce the sanctions and reporting those steps to the UN is remarkable by itself," a senior Security Council diplomat said. "It shows that the UN sanctions regime can work. UAE has been one of Iran's enablers. Iran's becoming more isolated."
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