Iranian Envoy: Tehran Ready to Share Nuclear Knowledge With Neighbors
Alireza Enayati, Iran’s Ambassador to Kuwait, voiced Iran’s readiness to share its nuclear knowledge with neighboring countries, including Kuwait, Fars News reported on Monday.
Enayati made his comments during an interview with Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Jarida.
The interviewer asked Enayati, “Are you [Iran] ready to share your nuclear expertise with your neighbors?”
Enayati responded, “Of course, we are ready to do so,” adding that, “this is precisely what the chief of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi announced.”
Enayati said that Iran’s nuclear program had now become an “economic and technological portfolio” for his country, adding that “this expertise is available to everyone and Iran is capable of sharing it, even in the realm of nuclear medicine.”
Enayati also noted that Iran was planning to build the biggest nuclear medicine hospital in the Middle East, worth $1 billion, which would also provide services to neighboring countries as well.