Iran looks to upgrade centrifuges, says cooperation with IAEA will continue

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December 1, 2009 22:11


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Teheran is looking to upgrade the quality of centrifuges installed at the Natanz site, Iran's Fars news agency reported on Tuesday. The report quoted top Iranian national security official Ali Baqeri as saying that the Islamic republic sought "to promote the quality of centrifuges, as the type of these centrifuges is more important than their number." Baqeri stated, however, that his country would continue to cooperate with the IAEA despite the agency's reproachful resolution, according to a report by Iran's national news agency. Iran would use the IAEA in order to "guarantee its interests," he said, going on to praise the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) as a platform for cooperation and discourse with the UN nuclear watchdog and the West.

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