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Crossover: Expectations of Iran-IAEA talks

05-14-2012 22:39 BJT

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An UN nuclear watchdog offical is calling for access to information and sites as it begins two days of talks with Iran over its nuclear program. Hermann Nackaerts says Iran should now engage on issues of substance with the IAEA. Full Story>>

For the latest on the Iran-IAEA talks, let's talk to our correspondent, Stephanie Freid in Vienna, Austria.

Q1: Talks are getting underway there in Vienna between the IAEA and Iranian delegates. The last time the two sides met was in February and those talks were not seen as successful. Is this round expected to be different?

Q2: What do both Iran and IAEA want to achieve?


Editor:Bai Yang |Source: CNTV.CN

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