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IAEA chief urges Iranian engagement on key issues

05-14-2012 20:00 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.

Hermann Nackaerts, Chief UN Nuclear Inspector, said, "We are here to continue our dialogue with Iran in a positive spirit. The aim of our two days is to reach an agreement on the approach to resolve all outstanding issues with Iran, in particular, clarification of the possible military dimensions remains our priority. It is important now that we can engage on the substance of these issues and that Iran let us access to people, documents, information and sites. Thank you very much.


Editor:Zheng Limin |Source: CNTV.CN

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