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Iran offers nuclear sites visit

01-04-2011 18:55 BJT

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Iran has invited officials from Russia, China, the European Union and its allies among the Arab and developing world to tour its nuclear sites.

The move is seen to be aimed at gaining support ahead of a new round of talks with six world powers on Iran's nuclear program. According to a letter to the Associated Press, the visit could happen as early as January 15. Senior Iranian envoy, Ali Asghar Soltanieh, suggested that meetings "with high-ranking officials" are envisaged. China confirmed it has received the invitation and is in communication with Iran. Tehran's latest offer comes three years after diplomats from the IAEA visited Iran's uranium ore conversion site at Isfahan.

Editor:Zheng Limin |Source: CNTV.CN

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