Report: UN reaches agreement on talks with Iran

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July 12, 2007 19:11

 
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The UN nuclear watchdog has reached an agreement with Iran on how to conduct negotiations over Teheran's contentious nuclear program, the delegation's chief said Thursday. The International Atomic Energy Agency and Iran have "reached an agreement on the modality for resolving the remaining outstanding issues" regarding Teheran's nuclear program, said IAEA chief of delegation Olli Heinonen after talks in Teheran with his Iranian counterpart. He did not elaborate, and Iranian officials were not immediately available for comment.

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