DUBAI - Iran said on Monday it was drafting a comprehensive account of its nuclear activities, but did not indicate whether this would be made available to help the final diplomatic push to resolve a decade-old dispute with the West over the program.
The move could meet Western demands for greater transparency to address concerns that Iran may have been trying to develop a nuclear weapons capability, but Behrouz Kamalvandi, spokesman for Iran's atomic energy agency, made no mention of this.
"There are various files on our atomic program, but we're lacking a comprehensive document, which we are writing now," the official IRNA news agency quoted Kamalvandi as saying.
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