The Bush administration has received the IAEA report on the nuclear program of Iran and has started to study it, official spokesman for the US State Department Richard Baucher has said in Washington D.C. He declined to give any details of the report.
Baucher admitted that the IAEA report causes deep anxiety and, therefore, should be carefully studied by all the member countries of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
According to Baucher, Iran's secret nuclear program is a serious challenge to regional stability, the entire international community and the global non-proliferation regime. He added that together with the other countries sitting on the IAEA management board, the USA would take a decision on further actions in relation to Iran.
The IAEA session on Iran has been scheduled for June 16, he reminded.
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