Iran to allow inspections but still will enrich

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April 29, 2006 12:59

 
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In an apparent bid to keep it's nuclear program from coming to a sanctions vote in the UN Security Council, an Iranian nuclear official said Saturday that Tehran was ready for a conditional return to intrusive inspections but that uranium enrichment will continue. "If the issue is returned to the International Atomic Energy Agency, we will be ready to allow intrusive inspections," Mohammed Saeedi, Iran's deputy nuclear chief, told state-run television Saturday.

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