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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Sergei Novikov
Russia's nuclear agency said Friday that it will load fuel into Iran's first nuclear power plant next week, moving ahead with launching the facility despite Iran's stubborn defiance of international demand to halt uranium enrichment.
Novikov said Rosatom has never sold Sodium-22 to Iran, but it has supplied Iran with other types of medical isotopes.
"There is an extremely slim chance that it could have come from Rosatom," he said.