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Iranian, Russian Officials Discuss Final Phases of BNPP Launch

Service : Politic
TEHRAN, June 21 (ICANA) – Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Fereidoun Abbassi and his Russian counterpart Sergei Kirienko in a meeting in Vienna reviewed the final phases which need to be implemented before the official launch of Iran's first nuclear power plant in the Southern city of Bushehr.
Tuesday, June 21, 2011 9:11:23 PM
Iranian, Russian Officials Discuss Final Phases of BNPP Launch

The meeting which was held on the sidelines of the IAEA nuclear safety conference in Vienna on Monday was mainly focused on meeting the highest safety standards at Bushehr nuclear power plant.

 

Abbassi had earlier reiterated that the Bushehr nuclear power plant complies with the latest safety rules and standards, and said ensuring full safety of the plant before its official launch is Iran's top priority.

"Our priority is ensuring full safety of the power plant before launching it," Abbassi, who is the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI), said, addressing the IAEA nuclear safety conference on Monday.

"Today, I proudly declare that the Bushehr nuclear power plant enjoys the most up-to-date safety standards similar to the other nuclear facilities in the world," he added.

Despite the propaganda campaign launched by the US-led West against the safety of Iran's nuclear facilities, the UN nuclear watchdog agency as the sole specialized world body has repeatedly approved the high quality of Iran's nuclear safety standards.

The IAEA Nuclear Safety and Security Department had also in a visit to Iran in March 2010 approved the standard safety levels of all Iranian nuclear sites and installations, and lauded the country's measures and special efforts in this regard.

"We realized that Iran's safety system responsible for inspecting Iranian nuclear facilities and installations acts very well and is strong," Head of the IAEA's Nuclear Safety and Security Department Olena Mykolaichuk said at the time.

"I, as the head of the (inspection) team, assure the Iranian society that Iran's installations are fully safe…," Mykolaichuk added.

She also stressed that her team had visited the Bushehr nuclear power plant in Southern Iran and inspected the safety and security control system at the installations.

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