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This came during meeting held by minister of electricity, with IAEA director general
The resolution involves the application of safeguards over nuclear activities
Director General of IAEA expressed willingness to send delegation to Cairo to assist in putting up regulatory framework for project establishment
As part of a monitoring process agreed with the UN agency
The framework deal agreed Monday requires Iran to provide the IAEA within three months information on all new research reactors and to identify 16 sites designated for new nuclear power plants.
Iran is accused by Western and Arab countries which back rebels fighting al-Assad of supplying weapons and sending military forces to the Syrian military, in a conflict that has claimed some 94,000 lives since 2011.
The International Atomic Energy Agency says that there is “overall, credible” evidence that until 2003, and possibly since, Iranian scientists conducted research into developing the nuclear bomb.
Foreign ministry cites ‘continued failure’ to establish conference to rid the region of nuclear weapons
Diplomats said that the IAEA and Iran still had “differences”.
Iran denies seeking or ever having sought nuclear weapons, and rejected the alleged evidence
The IAEA and Iran have agreed to hold another round of talks on 13 December in Tehran
The IAEA wants Iran to grant access to Parchin, which it visited twice in 2005 but wants to examine again
A meeting last Friday between the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Iranian government in Vienna proved fruitless.
After two days of talks, little is gained in the decade long standoff
By AFP VIENNA: Eighty percent of nuclear power plants are more than 20 years old, raising safety concerns, the UN atomic agency warned in a draft report seen by AFP on Tuesday, a year after Japan’s Fukushima disaster. This “could impact safety and their ability to meet member states’ energy requirements in an economical and …
By Mohammad Davari / AFP TEHRAN: Iran’s nuclear work will defiantly go on, supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Wednesday, after UN inspectors left Tehran following talks that failed to lift their suspicions of atomic weapons research. “The Iranian nation has never been seeking an atomic weapon and never will be. It will prove to …
VIENNA: A UN nuclear team on Wednesday announced plans to revisit Tehran "in the very near future," indicating some progress on its quest to wrest information from Iran about allegations that it is secretly working on an atomic arms program. The announcement from mission leader Herman Nackaerts came shortly after his team landed at Vienna …