IAEA meets on Iran, Syria, N Korea, Japan

The board of the International Atomic Energy Agency will discuss written or oral reports on Iran, Syria and North Korea.

Updated: Sep 12, 2011, 13:48 PM IST

Vienna: A high-level meeting of the United Nations nuclear agency is convening to focus on proliferation concerns from Iran, Syria and North Korea and post-Fukushima nuclear safety.
The board of the International Atomic Energy Agency will discuss written or oral reports on Iran, Syria and North Korea that are critical of their defiance of the UN Security Council.
The 35-nation meeting, which opens on Monday, will also approve an action plan meant to tighten nuclear safety and security in the wake of Japan`s Fukushima nuclear disaster.

Bureau Report