IAEA chief: No concrete results with Iran

December 7, 2012 05:50


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Nuclear inspectors have made no progress determining whether Iran is building a nuclear weapon, the UN's nuclear watchdog chief Yukiya Amano said Thursday.

According to a report in the Los Angeles Times, Amano, who heads the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), told the Council on Foreign Relations that ""We have intensified our dialogue with Iran this year, but no concrete results have been made yet."

Talks with the Islamic Republic for increased access, he said, would continue. "What we are asking in the negotiations is to have access to sites, information and people."

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