Salehi: Bushehr will become operational right on schedule

March 5, 2010 18:34


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There will be no delay in the timetable for the operation of the Bushehr nuclear power plant, Iranian atomic energy chief Ali Akbar Salehi said on Friday.

"The plant will be set up at the end of spring, according to schedule," Iranian news agency ILNA quoted Salehi as saying.

In his statement, Salehi also reportedly accused recently appointed UN International Atomic Energy Agency head Yukiya Amano of failing to be objective with regard to Teheran. "Unfortunately, Mr.Amano did not take neutral position over Iran's nuclear program. We hope ... he will take more responsibility in his position," Salehi was quoted as saying.

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