Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Progress on Nuclear Talks

There were several articles today regarding progress made in talks between the IAEA and Iran. Both parties said after two days of meetings in Tehran that they had made progress in talks about Iran's offer of more transparancy aimed at defusing concerns over the nuclear program. They also said they had agreed to a timeline on answering outstanding questions.

IAEA deputy director Olli Heinonen said they had "an agreed working plan and a timeline for implementation." He also said the talks were "good, constructive."

Meanwhile, the US criticized the agreement and urged the UN and allies to implement more sanctions on Iran.

Here are three articles: Reuters/ AP/ AFP

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