Bolivian President Evo Morales has announced plans to build the country's first nuclear reactor.In fact, Iran's vice chancellor for European and American affairs, Mayid Ravanchi, visited Bolivia right beforehand and praised the country for being "always being on the side of the revolutionaries".
Mr Morales said the development of nuclear technology for peaceful purposes has become a strategic priority for his country.
Speaking to members of the Bolivian Congress, he said that Iran, France and Argentina had volunteered to help with the development of the project.
This article notes that the nuclear issue was discussed between Morales and Ravanchi, and that Morales said that Bolivia "has enough raw material" for a nuclear plant, which confirms the existence of large mineable uranium deposits in the country.
Which Iran would no doubt be interested in.