February 9, 2014

13921120000694_PhotoI Iran and the UN nuclear watchdog agreed Sunday on new “practical” steps to increase transparency over Tehran’s controversial nuclear work, although a suspect military site remained off-limits.

Iranian officials said the International Atomic Energy Agency was not being granted access to the Parchin military site, where Tehran is suspected of having experimented with nuclear arms development.

Talks in Tehran between Iran and the IAEA on Saturday and Sunday also did not cover allegations that prior to 2003, and possibly since, Iran’s nuclear work had “possible military dimensions”, state media said.

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