TODAY | October 02, 2009
>>> on those islands.
>>> president obama has called on iran to allow international inspectors unfettered access within two weeks to his previously undisclosed uranium enrichment plant, and iran has agreed to cooperate. it is just one of the breakthrough at the much-anticipated talks in geneva on thursday. and nbc's chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell joins us again from there. hey, andrea, good morning. what are the details?
>> reporter: good morning. well, there could be a lot here, a lot could come to pass if iran does not renege. the president is taking a stern tone because iran has not delivered before, but if they do, in addition to letting those u.n. inspectors into that secret nuclear site, they are promising to take most of their stockpiles of low-grade, enriched uranium fuel and turn it over to russia and france to be processed into a form of fuel that could not then be used to make a nuclear bomb . this could be a very big deal . mohammed al bairdie, head of the u.n. nuclear agency, is going to be in tehran tomorrow to try to follow up. and iran has promised to be back with the world powers by the end of the month at another meeting. ann?
>> all right. sounds like a lot of creative thinking in those negotiations. andrea mitchell , thank you.
>>> iran will be the topic on sunday when the u.s. ambassador to the united nations , susan rice , appears on "meet the press."
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