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Iran is implementing last year's interim nuclear deal with six world powers as planned, U.N. atomic energy chief Yukiya Amano said on Wednesday, almost three months after the accord took effect.
The statement said the president and Yamano will discuss the United Nations nuclear watchdog's "role as the professional body leading the effort to put the brakes on Iran's nuclear programme."
Ukraine is reinforcing security measures at its nuclear power plants in response to Russian threats, Ukraine's ambassador told the UN atomic agency in a letter seen by AFP on Wednesday. "Illegal actions of the Russian armed forces on the Ukrainian
Director General Yukiya Amano reacts as he attends a news conference during a board of governors meeting at the UN headquarters in Vienna November 29, 2012. The U.N. nuclear watchdog planned a major report on Iran that might have revealed more of its
Director General Yukiya Amano (L) and Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif attend the annual Munich Security Conference February 2, 2014. Iran is ready to answer the U.N. atomic agency's questions about its nuclear program, a senior official
Time to tackle 'more difficult' issues with Iran After recent progress with Iran, it is time to tackle "more difficult" nuclear issues such as allegations of past weapons work, the head of the UN atomic watchdog told AFP in an interview. "We
The head of the U.N. atomic agency is urging leading member states to come up with the extra funds the agency needs to monitor Iran's compliance with its landmark nuclear deal. Yukiya Amano spoke Friday at the start of a meeting of his International
Iran nuclear freeze Jan 24 The head of the UN atomic watchdog said Wednesday he has called an extraordinary meeting of the agency's board on January 24 to discuss how to verify Iran's upcoming nuclear freeze. "I have requested that a meeting of the
December 8, their chief said on Thursday, a first concrete step under a plan to clarify concerns about Tehran's disputed nuclear program.
Amano says Iran still has "a lot to do" to complete Arak reactor. Yukiya Amano, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, told Reuters in an interview that the Islamic state was continuing its most sensitive nuclear activity,