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Iran will continue transparent cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency
Iran will continue transparent cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) over its controversial nuclear program, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Ali Hosseini said on Sunday.

Hosseini's statement came ahead of a new report on Iran, which IAEA head Mohamed El-Baradei is expected to present at a session of the IAEA Board of Governors in June. The IAEA head is expected to note progress at the talks with Iran on its controversial uranium enrichment program.

In his March report on Iran, El-Baradei said that progress had been made in clearing up the remaining questions over the past nuclear activities carried out by the Islamic Republic but the questions over the military aspects of the past uranium enrichment still had to be cleared.

Iran has so far defied three rounds of relatively mild United Nations Security Council sanctions over its nuclear program. Many Western nations suspect that the Islamic Republic is using the program as cover to build a nuclear weapon. Tehran insists however that it needs the nuclear program for electric power generation.


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