Iran says to move faster in cooperation with IAEA

By REUTERS
February 24, 2015 13:00

 
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VIENNA - Iran's leading negotiator in nuclear issues said on Tuesday that his country will move faster in its cooperation with the UN nuclear agency, whose probe Iran has been stalling in some areas.

Abbas Araqchi said that despite the progress achieved at the latest talks between Iran and world powers in Geneva, there is still a "long way to go" until a final agreement, in which the International Atomic Energy agency should also play a role.

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