Iran and Indonesia to discuss nuclear cooperation

October 11, 2006 12:25


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Iran and Indonesia plan to discuss cooperation in nuclear technology for nonmilitary purposes during an upcoming visit by Indonesia's Vice President Jusuf Kalla to Iran, Iran's ambassador to the country said Wednesday. Bahruz Kamal Vandi said nuclear power was one of several alternative energy sources he and Kalla discussed in a meeting. "(Nuclear) energy is very important to the two countries to reduce their reliance on current sources of energy," Vandi told reporters here. Vandi said a possible "concrete" policy on nuclear cooperation will be discussed during Kalla's visit to Iran.

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