The U.N. atomic agency chief says he can wrap up his probe of allegations that Iran worked secretly on nuclear arms by the end of the year but wants Tehran’s cooperation to do so.
Yukiya Amano’s comments Saturday have been in line with his statement the day prior to on return from talks in Tehran. On Friday, he recommended that a meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has carried out little to advance his probe.
Amano, of the International Atomic Power Agency , mentioned Saturday that “additional function will be necessary” to kick-commence the investigation — the identical phrase he made use of Friday
The U.S. and its allies say the agency ought to deliver a ruling on the suspicions based on Iranian cooperation, as part of the general nuclear deal now getting negotiated.