BREAKING NEWS ~ UN nuclear agency passes resolution on Iran

[JURIST] Reuters is reporting that the International Atomic Energy Agency has passed a resolution on policing Iran's promise to freeze all programs linked to uranium enrichment. The watered-down resolution welcomes Iran's suspension of sensitive nuclear activities as "a voluntary, non-legally binding, confidence-building measure." The IAEA has background on its negotiations with Iran.

11:19 AM ET - The IAEA Board Resolution [PDF] is now available, as is the Board's report on Implementation of the NPT safeguards agreement in Iran [PDF].



 

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