UN nuclear watchdog chief Yukiya Amano dies

Vienna, July 22 
 
UN atomic guard dog boss Yukiya Amano has kicked the bucket at 72 years old, the Worldwide Nuclear Vitality Office (IAEA) said in an announcement on Monday.
 
Amano drove the Universal Nuclear Vitality Office (IAEA) since 2009 and was because of venture down in Walk 2020. He had been experiencing vague medical problems and given indications of shortcoming over the past year. 
 
"The Secretariat of the Universal Nuclear Vitality Office second thoughts to advise with most profound trouble of the passing ceaselessly of Executive General Yukiya Amano," said the IAEA secretariat.
 
During his residency, Amano had administered a time of tense dealings with respect to Iran's atomic programme.
It isn't yet clear who will succeed him, however dialogs over who will supplant him started last week.—IANS