Iran accepts foreign involvement in nuclear plan

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November 5, 2005 15:45

Iran approved a resolution accepting foreign participation in its nuclear enrichment plant, the most controversial step in the country's atomic program, state-run radio reported Saturday. Under the resolution approved on Wednesday, Iran's Atomic Energy Organization is authorized to attract domestic and foreign investors in the Natanz enrichment facility in central Iran.


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