Iran's clean health bill weakens US stand on nuclear program
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
Tehran, Dec 3, IRNA
First Vice-President Parviz Davoudi said on Monday that the US stand on Iranian nuclear program is weakening after Iran got clean health bill from International Atomic Energy Agency on November 15.
Davoudi made the remarks in introducing ceremony of caretaker for the Education Ministry Ali-Reza Ali Ahmadi.
He said that Iranian nuclear program is civilian and in line with Non-Proliferation Treaty and Safeguards of IAEA.
"The Europeans have acknowledged Iranian legitimate right to produce nuclear energy as IAEA member state."
He said that the government is going ahead with nuclear program under supervision of the UN nuclear agency to produce fuel for power plants.
Iran has planned to establish eight power plants with capacity of 1,000 megawatts each by 2010.
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has invited the European companies to take part in Iranian nuclear program.
The UN nuclear agency has installed cameras over Iranian nuclear sites monitoring them twenty four hours.
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