Reports Iran will allow 'legal' nuke inspections

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March 1, 2006 13:05

 
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The chief Iranian nuclear negotiator said Wednesday that there was no need for Tehran to resume a moratorium on uranium enrichment activity, Russian news agencies reported. "A moratorium is necessary when there is something dangerous. But all our activities are transparent," Ali Larijani said after arriving in Moscow for talks, according to the Interfax news agency. Larijani also said that Tehran agrees to all inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency if they are conducted in line with international law, the RIA-Novosti news agency reported.

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