World Bulletin / News Desk
International Atomic Energy Agency's (IAEA) five-day General Conference began in Vienna on Monday.
High-level governmental representatives from the IAEA's 155 member states, including Turkey, were gathered to consider and discuss a wide range of topics on the peaceful development of nuclear technologies.
The topics include strengthening the IAEA's programmes in areas of nuclear, radiation, nuclear security, nuclear science technology and applications.
Uruguay's Ambassador Barros Oreiro was elected IAEA's 56th President of the General Conference.
During the opening session, IAEA Director Yukiya Amano addressed the conference and he focused on major developments in the IAEA's work.
Amano stated that they were worried about Iran's information over the nuclear materials it holds in its nuclear facilities.
Amano claimed that Iran administration was not fully cooperate with IAEA.
Amano wished that Iran could make a transparent cooperation with the decisions of the executive board of IAEA and the United Nations Security Council.
Turkey participates at the conference with a 16-people delegation, including permanent representative at UN's Vienna Office Tomur Bayer and Chairperson of Turkey Atomic Energy Agency Zafer Alper.
The General Conference will end on Friday.
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