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IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency

Iran, IAEA resolve two major disputes: Sources

IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency

May 30, 2023

Tehran, IRNA -- Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have resolved two important issues raised against Tehran's peaceful nuclear program, informed sources have said.

A Tuesday report by IRNA's Persian service quoted sources as saying that the case of one of the alleged "undetected" sites, known as Abadeh, raised by the IAEA against Iran, has been closed as a result of negotiations between Tehran and the UN nuclear watchdog.

The sources also said that the IAEA's claims about uranium particles with 83.7 of purity allegedly found at an undeclared nuclear sites in Iran have been resolved as well.

The developments came amid the Zionist regime's attempts to incite tensions and raise baseless allegations before the quarterly meeting of the IAEA's Board of Governors.

Last September, Iran's nuclear chief Mohamad Eslami dismissed the accusations about the existence of undeclared nuclear activities or material in Iran.

Eslami said all those allegations were based on the false information provided by the Zionist regime.


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