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IAEA Amabassador: Iran will continue installing centrifuges



by Joseph Earnest  December 5, 2012 


Newscast Media TEHRANThe Iranian ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency has said that Iran will continue to increase the number of centrifuges in its nuclear facilities despite the sanctions that have been imposed on the country. 

"The sanctions have targeted our people and cancer patients. The centrifuges will increase day by day, and we will continue our program according to the plans that we announce to the agency and under the supervision of the agency, and enrichment will never be halted," Ambassador Ali Asghar Soltanieh told Al-Alam News Network in an interview published on Monday.  

"The purpose behind keeping Iran’s dossier open is to turn the International Atomic Energy Agency into a spy and intelligence organization," he stated.  

The Iranian ambassador also stated that the UN nuclear watchdog should take Iran’s demands into consideration at negotiations, noting, "We must be assured that our security considerations will be taken into account and that the agency will fully protect our intelligence. And the agency must agree to provide us with the documents they claim to have." 

Iran and the UN nuclear watchdog have agreed to hold a new round of talks in Tehran on December 13. The latest round of talks between Iran and the IAEA was held in Vienna on August 24.             Add Comments>>

Source: Tehran Times






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