Mohammad Saeedi

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Mohammad Saeedi is deputy head of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran.

On 30 March 2005 Saeedi said “IAEA inspectors visit (Natanz, a uranium enrichment) facility at least once a month and also use a monitoring system to check the suspension.”[1]

On 8 August 2005 journalists were allowed to accompany Iranian President Mohammad Khatami on his first official visit to the Natanz nuclear facility. The US complained that the tour was a “staged media event”[2].

Saeedi announced that Iran’s nuclear programme had been resumed at the uranium conversion facility near the city of Isfahan[3].

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