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DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran has started a process creating an independent nuclear regulator that will ensure safety, cleanliness, security and management of nuclear facilities, the Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization (IAEA) said in an emailed statement on Monday.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) photo shows a general view of a damaged building at Syria’s Safir nuclear facility March 6, 2013. REUTERS/Ibrahim Al-Marjani
Ali Akbar Salehi, head of Iran’s nuclear commission and head of the National Authority for Safeguards, said the steps were aimed at improving efficiency, transparency and security as well as improving safety and quality at the country’s 16 reactors.
A European Union embargo on Iran’s oil exports has cut its ability to import material needed for nuclear power generation.
The IAEA said it would publish details of the establishment of the new body, which will be based in Tehran. It was also extending a deadline for submitting applications.
The new organization will oversee the safety, security and management of Iran’s nuclear program, the IAEA said, adding that it would also carry out inspections and supervise the production of components in Iran.
“This will constitute a complete system of oversight in the nuclear field in accordance with the rules of nuclear physics,” Salehi said.
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