fbpx
Advertisement
Advertisement

IAEA experts to visit two of Iranian nuclear sites next week

IranIAEA experts to visit two of Iranian nuclear sites next week
Advertisement

IAEA experts to visit two of Iranian nuclear sites next week

TEHRAN: A team of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) experts will visit two of Iranian nuclear sites within the next week as part of a monitoring process, a foreign news agency reported on Tuesday.

Advertisement

The inspectors will travel to the Ardakan yellow-cake production plant and the Saghand uranium mine, located close together around 450km from Tehran.

The trip is in line with a seven-step plan agreed between Iran and the IAEA in February to increase transparency over Tehran’s nuclear activities.

Advertisement
Asad Haroon
Asad Haroon
A netpreneur, blogger and above all; A Human :) Asad tweets from @aghaasadharoon

Must read

Recent News

Best Hair Salon Dubai

The 10 best hair salons in Dubai

0
Dubai, a global getaway destination, is home to some of the best experiences. Be it business or pleasure, Dubai has it all. Being a...
Changan Aslvin price

Changan Alsvin price increased again!

0
The economy of Pakistan is under a lot of external pressure. The repercussions are being inflicted on every level of the nation’s infrastructure. Pakistan’s...

Pakistan dispatches humanitarian assistance to Turkiye and Syria

0
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The people and government of Pakistan have extended deep grief to the brotherly Countries of Turkiye and Syria hit by a massive...

Pakistan army dispatches 2 contingents for earthquake-hit Turkiye

0
RAWALPINDI, Pakistan: The Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC) General Sahir Shamshad Mirza, Services Chiefs and Armed Forces (AFs) of Pakistan have offered...
From Qasim Masjid Parade Lane Rawalpindi to PAF Camp Peshawar Mosque

Terrorism, the Parliament, and the Superclass

0
Monitoring Desk: "If all best become superclass and they rule the rest, then history tells us societies go through drastic changes and nature finds...
Advertisement