The Iranian foreign minister called talks with the United Nations nuclear team "a positive forward step" after the delegations' visit to the country, the semiofficial Fars News Agency reported.
The International Atomic Energy Agency team "had some questions and we had very good meetings," Ali Akbar Salehi told the news agency.
The team did not ask to inspect nuclear facilities, Salehi said, according to the news agency.FULL STORY
'The team did not ask to inspect nuclear facilities, Salehi said, according to the news agency.'
Well, no wonder it went so swimmingly!
@ banasy, damm it you beat me here. What about there second centrifuge thats under ground have they checked that one yet. Now if americans were to go over there and start asking questions they would freak out. So once again iran has once again bought more time to complete there second one or get more work done on # 3once more job not completed