Key issue in Iran nuclear talks could be resolved within months

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(Worthy News)– The head of the international nuclear watchdog group — a day after returning from Tehran — said Saturday that a report documenting ’s past nuclear activities could be completed by the end of the year, the Washington Post reported.

The report is a key part of the agreement being negotiated here between Iran and the United States and other world powers. Although some critics of the potential accord have said Iran must specify its “possible military dimensions” as part of a final deal, the Obama administration has indicated it would be satisfied with whatever arrangement is reached between Tehran and the International Atomic Energy Agency.

“Once an agreement on the joint comprehensive plan of action” is reached, IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano said, “the IAEA is ready to implement the nuclear-related elements when requested.”

Shortly after Amano’s comments, a senior Iranian official in Tehran repeated that military visits and scientist interviews would not be permitted. —Source

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