Ahmadinejad: No ambiguity over our nuclear activities

Ahmadinejad No ambiguit

October 4, 2009 15:30


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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Sunday that Teheran's cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency had left no ambiguity over Teheran's nuclear activities. "Outstanding issues were resolved due to good cooperation between Iran and the agency," state TV quoted Ahmadinejad as saying. "Today, there are no ambiguous issues left." It came after the head of the UN nuclear watchdog said there was a "shifting of gears" in Iran's confrontation with the West to more cooperation and transparency and announced that international inspectors would visit Tehran's newly revealed uranium enrichment site on Oct. 25. Mohamed ElBaradei, speaking at a joint news conference in Teheran with Iran's top nuclear official, said his agency "has no concrete proof of an ongoing weapons program in Iran," but that the IAEA had "concerns about Iran's future intentions."

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