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Iranian Foreign Minister: we are closer to a solution

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said after talks with US Secretary of State John Kerry on the Iranian nuclear program in Lausanne that the sides have come closer to solving a number of issues, but there are still differences."On some issues we are closer to a solution and based on this we can say solutions are within reach.

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Salehi: Iran and the "Six" were able to reach agreement on reactor in Arak

Iran and the "Six" international negotiators were able to reach a consensus on amending the design of the reactor in Arak, said the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Ali Akbar Salehi. "This item was one of the most difficult moments of the negotiations, but thanks to logical technical proposals for the modification of the reactor, Iran has managed to convince the other side that this issue has been settled," RIA Novosti quoted him. 

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"Technical stalemate" in Iran nuclear talks broken, Salehi says

"Technical stalemate" in Iran nuclear talks broken, Salehi saysThe head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI), Ali Akbar Salehi said that recent diplomatic talks in Switzerland helped put an end to a deadlock on the technical issues in the course of talks between Iran and the six world powers over Tehran’s peaceful nuclear program, Tasnim News Age

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New round of negotiations between Iran and the “Six” will begin in Geneva

Once again, in Geneva, political directors of the "Six" group and Iran are gathering to discuss Iran's nuclear program.  The main issues remain, on the one hand, the mechanism and timing of the lifting of sanctions, and on the other - the restriction of Tehran's nuclear program (reduction of stocks of enriched uranium, the number of centrifuges). 

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Iran has not made concessions to the Group of Six on the Arak nuclear reactor issue, according to Iranian Nuclear Chief Ali Akbar Salehi. The reactor is the priority topic of the debates. Iran said in August that it had started modifying the facility. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani that decisions on the main aspects of the final agreement had been made, only a few details remained unsettled.

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 Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, said at the energy commission of the Islamic Consultative Council that the country needed more power plants similar to the one in Bushehr. He noted that some …

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 Iranian experts are reconstructing the heavy-water reactor and testing its equipment in Arak, according to Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran. Technical details about the processes will be announced …

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IAEA chief arrives in Tehran

Secretary General of the International atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Yukia Amano arrived in the Iranian capital of Tehran this morning.

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Iran to rebuild Arak reactor

Iran will rebuild the reactor in Arak, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Aragchi said at a meeting with the Group of Six today, ITAR-TASS reports.Iran will follow the plan of Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, for the Arak reactor. The reactor will produce less plutonium. Tehran denies accusations of the West that the reactor was built to create nuclear weapons.

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Iranian Energy Minister Hamid Chitchian and his Russian counterpart Alexander Novak agreed to build thermal and hydro power plants and power lines and expand energy exports from Russia to Iran, Trend reports.The agreement will cost $8-10 billion. Russia will be exporting 500MW/h to Iran.Ali Akbar Salehi, head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, said on April 13 that Iran had a contract signed with Russia in 1992. According to the document, Russia will build four new nuclear power plants in Iran. The second power plant construction will start in Iran in 2014.

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Russia has signed a protocol to build two new nuclear power plants in Iran, according to Behruz Kamalvandi, deputy head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Trend reports.He noted that Iran was negotiating nuclear power plant construction with European and Asian countries.Ali Akbar Salehi, head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, said on April 13 that Iran had a contract signed with Russia in 1992 to build four more nuclear power plants. The second power plant construction will start in 2014.

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