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Iran, IAEA to meet on Friday

06-05-2012 05:04 BJT

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The International Atomic Energy Agency has called for Iran to sign a framework agreement on steps to remove concerns over controversial aspects of the country’s nuclear program.

The IAEA urged Iran to allow international inspectors to visit its Parchin military site, where nuclear bomb-relevant research had allegedly been conducted. Iran denied such reports, and insisted access to Parchin would only be granted if Iran and the IAEA agree to certain conditions and steps.

At a press conference after the opening session of the board meeting, head of the IAEA, Yukiya Amano, said that another round of talks between the two sides had been scheduled for Friday in Vienna. The talks aim to clarify possible military dimensions to Iran’s nuclear program.

Yukiya Amano said, "Another meeting between Iran and IAEA has been scheduled for June eighth in Vienna. I hope Iran will sign and implement the structured approach document as soon as possible and provide early access to the Parchin site." 


Editor:Zhang Dan |Source: CNTV.CN

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