UN nuclear watchdog delegation arrives in Iran

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July 11, 2007 10:48

 
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A delegation from the UN nuclear watchdog arrived in Iran on Wednesday to see if the Teheran government is willing to answer all outstanding questions about its disputed nuclear program, state television reported. The report said a "high-ranking" five-member delegation from the International Atomic Energy Agency, the IAEA, headed by Deputy Director General Olli Heinonen arrived in Teheran for a two-day visit. Heinonen would meet Iran's top nuclear negotiator, Ali Larijani, on Wednesday, the report said. The delegation would not inspect Iran's nuclear facilities, and conclusion of the talks would be announced on Thursday, according to the TV report.

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