IAEA says nuclear talks with Iran postponed to February 8

January 14th, 2014  
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Topic: IAEA says nuclear talks with Iran postponed to February 8

The U.N. nuclear watchdog said on Tuesday a planned meeting with Iran next week to discuss steps meant to help allay concern over its nuclear program had been postponed to February 8, without giving a reason. The talks between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) are separate from - though still closely linked with - broader diplomacy between Tehran and six world powers over Iran's disputed nuclear activity. In November, Iran and the IAEA agreed a cooperation pact, including six initial steps to be taken by the country over the following three months, including access to two nuclear-related facilities and the provision of information. An IAEA spokeswoman confirmed in an e-mail a report that the date of the meeting had been postponed.


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