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Iran Vice President positive about first round of talks with Russian Nuclear Energy Minister

Iranian Vice President and Head of the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran /AEOI/ Gholamreza Aghazadeh positively evaluates the first round of talks with Russian Minister of Nuclear Energy Aleksander Rumyantsev. The meeting, which took place on Sunday, was mostly devoted to the construction and development of the "Bushir" Atomic Energy Plant, Aghazadeh disclosed to a RIA Novosti correspondent.

"After the Russian Minister visits the first objects of the "Bushir" Plant, we will continue our dialogue concerning the situation around the Plant, which is being constructed by Russian specialists," the Iranian Vice President said.

In the course of today's meeting, other issues were discussed, in particular, issues concerning the fuel and the prospects of the future Russo-Iranian cooperation in the energy sphere, he said.

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