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Iran says 'seven practical steps' agreed with UN nuclear watchdog

Published on Feb 9, 2014 7:54 PM
 
Iran's ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Reza Najafi attends a news conference at the headquarters of the IAEA in Vienna, Dec 11, 2013. Iran agreed on Sunday seven more 'practical steps' with the United Nations nuclear watchdog in talks seeking further safeguards to enhance transparency on Teheran's nuclear drive, an Iranian nuclear official said. -- FILE PHOTO: REUTERS 

TEHERAN (AFP) - Iran agreed on Sunday seven more 'practical steps' with the United Nations nuclear watchdog in talks seeking further safeguards to enhance transparency on Teheran's nuclear drive, an Iranian nuclear official said.

"Seven more practical steps in regards to cooperation with the (International Atomic Energy) Agency was agreed" that need to be implemented by May 15, Iran's envoy to the Vienna-based body, Mr Reza Najafi, told the ISNA news agency.