GENEVA, Switzerland (CNN) — Iran says it plans to cooperate “fully” with the U.N. nuclear agency and will invite representatives of the body to visit its newly revealed uranium enrichment facility “soon,” said Javier Solana, the European Union foreign policy chief.
Solana also confirmed that world powers and Iran will hold another round of talks before the end of the month. He spoke at a press conference on Thursday after the Geneva talks.
The meeting occurred on the heels of the recent revelation that Iran was building a second uranium enrichment facility near the city of Qom, a dramatic development that jacked up tension between Iran and international powers.
Iran participated in the talks along with the EU, Germany, and the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council — the United States, Britain, France, Russia and China.
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