US, Russia Sign Agreement to Cut America’s Reliance on Russian Uranium

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The U.S. Department of Commerce and Russia’s state atomic agency have signed an amendment extending a 1992 agreement that will reduce America’s reliance on Russian uranium.

The Commerce Department announced in an Oct. 6 press release that the two sides have sealed the deal.

“This landmark agreement will contribute to the revitalization of American nuclear industry, while promoting America’s long-term strategic interests,” Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross said in a statement. “It represents yet another success for the Trump Administration’s America First approach to international trade agreements.”

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