Sunday, October 4, 2009

ElBaradei: There is no evidence that Iran makes atomic bomb

Tehran - The head of the agency of the United Nations Atomic Energy Mohamed El ElBaradei arrived today in Iran, in the hope that it will allow the local government inspection once secret nuclear plant.

Only a few hours before El ElBaradei landed in Tehran, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad once again stood up in defense of his country's nuclear program, saying that nuclear power plants near the holy city of Coma is not built in secrecy, and accused the United States to make a big mistake, transferred the Voice of America.

United States and several allied countries claim that Iran kept the plant for uranium enrichment in secret, while the El this week, ElBaradei said that Iran "was on the wrong side of the law."

El ElBaradei to visit Tehran in the coming two days after world powers demanded Iran to allow access to the nuclear facility, in which Iran initially agreed.

Iranian officials have decided that after meeting diplomats from six world powers two days ago in Geneva.

They, however, point out that El ElBaradei visit not connected with the Geneva talks. He also stated that the Head of UN agencies to discuss plans to Tehran sends uranium to Russia for additional processing. Uranium would then be used as fuel for the medical research reactor.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said the talks in Geneva "encourage cautious optimism."

U.S. President Barack Obama, on the other hand, said that Iran must take concrete steps to prove that the purpose of their nuclear program solely peaceful.

The talks in Geneva participated diplomats from Russia, China, Great Britain, France, USA and Germany.

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