Iran-EU Nuclear Coop. Can Start From Fordo

Iran-EU Nuclear Coop. Can Start From Fordo

Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran Ali Akbar Salehi said Tehran and the European Union have held good discussions on nuclear cooperation and are now able to work together to convert the Fordo facility in central Iran into a nuclear, physics and technology center as envisaged in the July 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and major powers.
“A series of talks and visits have been made between Iran and European states after the nuclear deal and this time we are witnessing the presence of an EU delegation within this framework,” Salehi told reporters after meeting the EU energy commissioner, Arias Canete, in Tehran on Sunday, according to Fars News Agency.
“We have held good talks with the EU delegation on nuclear cooperation that can start from the Fordo site,” he added.
Salehi said Tehran and the EU have decided to set up an advanced nuclear center in Iran to provide the country and its neighbors with related services.

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