Iran has decided to resume the research into nuclear fuel production that has long been suspended, a top nuclear official said on state television Tuesday.
Mohammad Saeedi, Deputy Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, said Iran had suffered a lot from its suspension of such research during the past two and a half years and that it could no longer keep its scientists from this type of work.
Saeedi did not say what nuclear activity Iran would now resume, but he said no decision had been made to resume uranium enrichment.
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