Iran to resolve nuclear issues within 3 weeks

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February 11, 2007 12:12

 
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Iran is prepared to settle all outstanding issues with the International Atomic Energy Agency within three weeks, the country's top nuclear negotiator said Sunday. "I have written to Mr. ElBaradei to say we are ready to within three weeks to have the modality to solve all the outstanding issues with you," Ali Larijani told a meeting of security officials from around the world. Mohamed ElBaradei heads the IAEA, which has said it has found no evidence that Iran is trying to build nuclear weapons but has criticized the country for concealing certain nuclear activities and failing to answer questions about the program.

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