Senin 06 Jul 2015 13:34 WIB

UN atomic watchdog officials head to Iran

Iran
Foto: Iranreview.org/ca
Iran

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, VIENNA -- The UN atomic watchdog said Sunday that "senior officials" were flying to Tehran, confirming comments from Iranian sources as talks continued in Vienna towards a major nuclear deal.

The International Atomic Energy Agency gave no further details but on Thursday its chief Yukiya Amano held talks in Tehran on jump-starting a stalled nuclear weapons probe.

The investigation is a sticking point in ongoing talks between Iran and major powers in Vienna ahead of Tuesday's deadline to nail down a deal curbing Iran's nuclear activities in exchange for sanctions relief.

Iran rejects the IAEA's allegations that before 2003, and possibly since, it conducted research into making a nuclear weapon, saying the claims are based on bogus intelligence provided by foreign spy agencies.

Amano said after returning from Tehran that some progress had been made but that "more work" was needed, and that the IAEA aimed to finalise a report on the probe by the end of the year.

sumber : Antara

Dapat mengunjungi Baitullah merupakan sebuah kebahagiaan bagi setiap Umat Muslim. Dalam satu tahun terakhir, berapa kali Sobat Republika melaksanakan Umroh?

Advertisement
Berita Lainnya
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement