Saturday, November 17, 2012

Iran: New IAEA report on Iran published

New IAEA report on Iran published

Source: IRNA

Vienna, Nov 17, IRNA – New report of IAEA Secretary General Yokia Amano on Iran's peaceful nuclear activities was published here on Friday.

According to IRNA, the 13 page report was handed out among the US nuclear watchdog's Board of Directors' members Friday night.

The agency's chief has in his new report on Iran's nuclear program once again reiterated that Iran has remained committed to its willingness for continuing cooperation and negotiation with the IAEA, aimed at solving the remaining ambiguities.

It needs to be mentioned that in the course of Iran-IAEA negotiations efforts are made aimed at drafting a new modality for solving the remaining so called ambiguities in Iran's peaceful nuclear program.

The last round of Iran-IAEA talks were held on Friday, August 24th, 2012, at residence of the permanent representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran at UN and other international organizations in Vienna.

Iran and the IAEA have agreed to hold the next round of their talks on Thursday, December 13th, in Tehran.

The noteworthy point is that the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Un nuclear watchdog, IAEA, have already had a successful experience in solving the existing issues.

In accordance with the 2007 modality, referred to officially at the IAEA as Document INFCIRC/711 six remaining issues, or so called 'ambiguities' namely the plutonium tests, the P1 and P2 centrifuges, the source of pollution, the documents on metallic uranium, the plutonium 110 issue, and the Gachin mine file were all resolved and their files were closed for good in the year 2008, according to a report presented to the IAEA Board of Directors by the agency's former Secretary General, Mohammad ElBaradei.