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U.N. Nuclear Agency Faults Iran

Friday, 06 June 2003 12:00 AM

The IAEA, the nuclear watchdog of the United Nations, said in its report that Iran is taking steps to rectify the situation, according to the diplomat, speaking from Vienna, Austria. The report is expected to be released later this month.

The diplomat quoted from the report, "Iran has failed to meet its obligations under its safeguards agreement with respect to the reporting of nuclear material, the subsequent processing and use of that material, and the declaration of facilities where that material was stored and processed."

He added that the quantities of nuclear material were not large.

An IAEA spokeswoman had no comment.

A spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry said Iran has not yet seen the report and therefore had no response.

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