Iranian nuclear official denies reports of Cairo meeting

Iranian nuclear official

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 22, 2009 12:47

 
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An Iranian nuclear official on Thursday denied reports that Israeli and Iranian officials met in Cairo last month to discuss nuclear issues in the Middle East. AFP had quoted Israeli Atomic Energy Commission representative Yael Doron as confirming the meeting, which she said was organized by Australia. "These meetings were held behind closed doors," Doron was further quoted as saying. She did not give any additional details.

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