IAEA Official Doubts FRY Capable of Building Nuclear Bomb Budapest MTI 1730 GMT 19 April 1999 Vienna, 19 April (MTI) -- The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) does not find it conceivable that Yugoslavia has begun to make a nuclear bomb, head of the Vienna-based organisation's information department, Hans-Dietrich Meyer, told MTI on Monday. Meyer is aware of American press reports suggesting that. The official said Yugoslavia has one nuclear reactor for research, but IAEA controllers were always present there, until the war broke out. Meyer said he also does not believe it probable that Yugoslavia is making a nuclear bomb because the research reactor has only heating materials, and it would be extremely difficult to transform these for nuclear-bomb production. Although the agency's experts are currently not at the Yugoslav power plant, Meyer hoped no essential change has taken place at the research reactor in Vinca, near Belgrade, since war broke out. THIS REPORT MAY CONTAIN COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL. COPYING AND DISSEMINATION IS PROHIBITED WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE COPYRIGHT OWNERS.