The IAEA gave Iran until 3 September to stop all work on making nuclear-reactor fuel that could be used in making weapons.
Solana said the IAEA board of governors is due to meet on 19 September to discuss Iran's compliance with international nuclear regulations. Solana said the EU will give Iran until then to resume talks.
Iran insists its nuclear program is solely for peaceful purposes.
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For RFE/RL's complete coverage of the controversy surrounding Iran's nuclear program, see "Iran's Nuclear Program."