Iran says it answers questions on centrifuges in talks with IAEA

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October 11, 2007 17:53

 
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Iran said it answered questions on its centrifuge technology during three days of talks that ended Thursday with a delegation from the UN nuclear watchdog agency. The discussions were the latest attempt by the International Atomic Energy Agency to address outstanding questions on a program that many Western countries believe is cover for weapons development, but Iran insists is focused on power generation. The official Islamic Republic News Agency reported that Iran answered all IAEA questions over its P-1 and P-2 centrifuges during the talks, headed by IAEA Deputy Director-General Olli Heinonen and Iran's deputy nuclear negotiator Javad Vaeedi.

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