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IAEA Hopeful in Iran
By Micah Halpern
The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency has indicated that talks were ongoing with Iran on two sets of important matters including the science sector, and there there was "great expectation" about the process.
Rafael Grossi began a series of meetings in Tehran by saying that diplomats said they were pushing Iran to cooperate with an IAEA investigation into uranium traces found at undeclared sites that had been enriched close to nuclear-weapons grade.
IN Tehran Grossi spoke to reporters and told them: "Globally speaking, there are two sets of matters that are important. Clearly, there is a great expectation about our joint work in order to move forward in the issues that Iran and the agency are working on, to clarify and to bring credible assurances about the nuclear program in Iran".
We are being told that Iran responded very positively to the meetings and have given sweeping assurances to the UN nuclear watchdog that it will finally assist a long-stalled investigation into uranium particles found at undeclared sites and even re-install removed monitoring equipment.
The International Atomic Energy Agency and Iran issued a joint statement just two days before a quarterly meeting of the agency's 35-nation Board of Governors.
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9 March 2023 12:47 PM in Thoughts
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