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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Text of unattributed report on ISNA interview with Dr Aleksandr Rumyantsev, head of Russia's Federal Atomic Energy Agency; place, date not given: "Expanding the relations Between Iran and Russia" by Iranian newspaper Siyasat-e Ruz on 23 July
Admitting that legally Iran has the right to create a nuclear fuel cycle, the head of the Russian Federal Atomic Energy Agency opined that such facilities are not economical for our country.
Speaking in an interview with the Iranian Student News Agency [ISNA] in connection with the potential that exist in cooperation between Tehran and Moscow in various arenas, Dr Alexander Rumyantsev the head of the Russian Federal Atomic Energy Agency added: "I am an expert in the field of atomic energy, a researcher, the head of the Russian Federal Atomic Energy Agency, and my job is to create actual systems, but as the head of the Joint Commission for Cooperation between Russia and Iran, I believe that undoubtedly Russia and Iran are extremely interested in expanding their cooperation."
Rumyantsev continued: "The extraction of oil and gas, transportation, expansion of the railway …