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Iran Points to Atomic-Treaty Pledges Ahead of IAEA Meeting

Iran said it won’t shirk its nuclear-treaty obligations ahead of a meeting with United Nations atomic inspectors traveling to Tehran in search of a deal to dispel concerns over alleged atomic-bomb research.

International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors left Vienna today for a one-day meeting to negotiate wider access to Iranian facilities suspected of housing nuclear activities. Iran, a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, is ready to work with the IAEA if inspectors share intelligence that allegedly shows the nuclear work, Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Memanparast said today.