Iran says IAEA report shows it is cooperating

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August 31, 2006 21:44

 
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Iran said Thursday that a report by the UN watchdog agency shows the country was completely cooperating with the agency's investigations into its nuclear program. The report by the International Atomic Energy Agency confirmed that Iran was continuing to enrich uranium, defying a UN deadline Thursday for it to suspend the process. The report also said the agency could not verify that Iran was not seeking to build nuclear weapons "because of lack of cooperation from Tehran." But Mohammad Saeedi, the deputy head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization, said the report showed "Iran has provided access to nuclear materials and facilities."

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