Iran agrees to talk about nuclear bomb allegations
Iran is ready to find a mechanism with International Atomic Energy (IAEA) inspectors to talk about alleged nuclear weapons studies, the country's Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said Tuesday in Vienna, DPA reported.
However, the IAEA should first declare that all other questions about Iran's nuclear programme have been solved, Salehi told reporters after meeting IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano.
Since August 2008, Iran has been refusing to answer questions about research and development projects that the Vienna-based agency said have little other than military uses.
"Both sides have promised that their experts will sit together and think of a new mechanism of continuing our work vis-s-vis this issue," Salehi said.
Amano did not talk to the press after the meeting.