IAEA, Iran agree how to resolve plutonium issues

The UN nuclear watchdog says it has agreed with Iran on how to resolve remaining issues regarding the country's past plutonium experiments following talks in Tehran.
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Updated on Jul 14, 2007 03:17 AM IST
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Reuters | By, Vienna

The UN nuclear watchdog said on Friday it had agreed with Iran on how to resolve remaining issues regarding the country's past plutonium experiments following two days of talks in Tehran.

The agency also said it had agreed with Iran the designation of new International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors, a visit of its inspectors to Iran's heavy water research reactor by the end of July and how to deal with safeguards at the Natanz enrichment plant by early August.

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