Iran rejects IAEA report concerns on nuclear program

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February 26, 2011 10:18

 
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Iran's representative in the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Ali Esgaroth Sultan, rejected claims of the report published by the organization, which received new information that increases the concern about the possibility that the regime in Tehran worked to develop nuclear weapons, reported AFP on Saturday.

"The important point is that the full detailed report regarding all our nuclear activities show full supervision by the IAEA and no deviation to prohibited ends," the state news agency IRNA quoted Soltanieh as saying.

"For the 26th time, the IAEA confirmed the peaceful nature of our nuclear program," Soltanieh insisted.

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