No sign of breakthrough in IAEA-Iran talks on nuclear probe

By REUTERS
October 9, 2014 13:45

 
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The UN nuclear agency appeared to make limited progress in talks with Iran this week aimed at advancing a long-stalled investigation into suspected atomic bomb research by the country.

The UN International Atomic Energy Agency said in a brief statement after the Oct. 7-8 meeting in Tehran that discussions would continue. But it did not announce a date for the next round of talks focused on IAEA concerns that Iran had initially been supposed to address by an agreed Aug. 25 deadline.

"The Agency and Iran will continue discussions on these measures," the Vienna-based UN agency said. "Iran did not propose any new measures during the meetings in Tehran. Iran and the Agency agreed to meet again, at a date to be announced."

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