IAEA delegation visited Iran nuclear sites, Soltanieh says

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August 24, 2011 14:38

 
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A delegation from the International Atomic Energy Agency visited Iran's nuclear sites last week, the ISNA news agency quoted Iranian ambassador to the IAEA Ali Asghar Soltanieh as saying on Wednesday.

"Last week, a delegation from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) led by Herman Nackaerts and his deputies visited Iran's nuclear sites. The visit came following Iran's invitation," Soltanieh told ISNA.

"They were taken to Bushehr nuclear power plant, Fordo and Natanz enrichment facilities, to Isfahan nuclear installations, including the nuclear fuel rod-making plant, and to Arak heavy water research facility and heavy water production plant," Soltanieh said.

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