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Iran R&D of Uranium Enrichment Still Firmly in Place: Reports

© East News / Islamic Republic News Agency, IRNAThis picture released by Islamic Republic News Agency, IRNA, shows an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) seal on a piece of equipment at one of Iran's uranium enrichment facilities at the Natanz plant
This picture released by Islamic Republic News Agency, IRNA, shows an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) seal on a piece of equipment at one of Iran's uranium enrichment facilities at the Natanz plant - Sputnik International
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The process of research and development in uranium enrichment activities is underway routinely and normally, according to the statement of source close to the Iranian nuclear negotiating team.

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MOSCOW, December 6 (Sputnik) — Iran will not refrain from research and development of uranium enrichment activities, Tasnim news agency reported Saturday.

“The process of research and development in [uranium] enrichment [activities] is underway routinely and normally in the Atomic Energy Organization [of Iran],” a source close to the country’s nuclear negotiating team told the news agency.

The unnamed source added that inspection of Iran’s nuclear facilities was done exclusively in coordination with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

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“The frequency and type of inspections of our country’s nuclear activities is a subject that, like the past, is coordinated between Iran and the Agency, and the other parties have no role in that issue,” the source told Tasnim.

However, while conversion of uranium to nuclear fuel plates would continue as previously, amount would drop in the coming months, the source told the news agency.

Tehran asserts that its nuclear program is meant for safe and domestic energy purposes and in no way poses an international threat, but Western countries suspect Iran of developing nuclear weapons.

The latest round of talks on the Iranian nuclear issue between Tehran and the P5+1 group that includes Russia, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, China and Germany, finished in Vienna on November 24. Reaching a comprehensive agreement was then extended to July 2015. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani confirmed that most gaps in the talks were removed, paving way for a final agreement by the next deadline.

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