AEOIAtomic Energy Organization of Iran
AEOIAttitudes and Opinions of Economic Issues
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During his four-day stay in Tokyo, the AEOI head is scheduled to hold talks with Japanese nuclear scientists and officials from Japan Nuclear Energy Safety Organization (JNES) and Nuclear Regulations Authority (NRA)," Kamalvandi added.
In addition to the AEOI global standard, Barbados plans to sign the OECD's multilateral competent authority agreement (MCAA) -- a mechanism which facilitates AEOI.
Salehi also attended the inauguration of a major sports and cultural complex in a village near the Isfahan UCF, which was completed with the help of the AEOI.
The report added that Salehi, Iran's foreign minister under Ahmadinejad from 2011 until Thursday when parliament approved his replacement, returns to his previous job as head of the AEOI.
The AEOI also said that the latest nuclear plans are long-term and are expected to put Iran on a par with established global powers in terms of power generation.
In February 2014, AEOI Spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi said that "Iran will build a nuclear treatment center and the radio-medicines will be produced in the same center".
Rosatom and the AEOI signed a deal in March, to construct at least two more nuclear power plants in Bushehr, Southern Iran.
The report also quoted AEOI as saying Iran had no nuclear waste yet, but would in about two years, presumably meaning after the Bushehr nuclear power plant has been in operation for awhile.
AEOI Chief Ali Akbar Salehi announced in February that Iran would start the construction of two new enrichment sites by March 2011.
We acted precisely in accordance with the roadmap as the other side has done so,' the AEOI chief said, lauding Amano's Iran visit as "fruitful and satisfactory for both sides.
Building a specialized nuclear (diagnosis and treatment) hospital is among the AEOI's important projects and a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has also been signed by the AEOI, the health ministry and Tehran Municipality in this regard," Salehi told reporters.
A parliament approval is binding for the AEOI to prepare the grounds for the construction of nuclear power plants to generate up to 20,000 MW of electricity.