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White House mulls Russian uranium ban – Bloomberg

The Biden administration is considering a ban on enriched uranium from Russia using the president’s executive authority after congressional efforts stalled, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday. A bill banning Russian nuclear fuel was passed by the House of Representatives in December but has since languished in the Senate. The White House …

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Ukrainian missile stocks and depleted-uranium shells destroyed – Moscow

Some of Ukraine’s Western-supplied cruise missiles and depleted-uranium shells have been destroyed in a series of strikes, the Russian Defense Ministry has said. Since last Sunday, Russian forces carried out 12 group attacks against various Ukrainian targets, the ministry said in a statement on Saturday. The targets included Ukrainian aircraft …

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Ilya Kramnik: Supplying depleted uranium shells is the latest Western attempt to hide its guilty secret in Ukraine

Last week, the United States announced two new military aid packages for Ukraine. One of these, disclosed on September 7, includes ammunition for HIMARS multiple launch rocket systems, 105-mm caliber artillery shells, electronic warfare and counter-electronic warfare equipment, demolition munitions for obstacle clearing, as well as training equipment for the …

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US won’t be able to replace Russian uranium – official

The US will not be able to replace Russian uranium in the event of an import ban, Assistant Secretary of Energy Kathryn Huff has warned, saying Washington must develop enrichment capabilities domestically.  “Worldwide, there’s not enough capacity to replace that gap from trusted sources,” Huff told the Washington Examiner on …

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US seeks to ban Russian uranium – Bloomberg

A $4.3 billion plan aimed at weaning the US off Russian supplies of enriched uranium is awaiting approval from Congress, according to unnamed sources close to the matter, as quoted by Bloomberg. If approved, the plan will provide funds to purchase the nuclear-reactor fuel directly from US producers, allowing Washington …

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