ElBaradei urges Iran to quickly respond on nuclear deal

ElBaradei urges Iran to

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November 2, 2009 20:00

 
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Mohamed ElBaradei, head of the UN nuclear agency, urged Iran on Monday to clarify its response to a proposal that would have Teheran ship most of its uranium abroad for processing. Addressing the UN General Assembly, ElBaradei said "a number of questions and allegations relevant to the nature" of Iran's program remained, and he called for confidence building measures on all sides. Iranian officials have been sending mixed signals over the plan proposed under talks brokered by the UN's International Atomic Energy Agency, which ElBaredei headed until stepping down Monday.

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