Iran is reaching an agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency to resolve issues related to its nuclear program, and its foreign minister has denied that Tehran put forward demands outside the nuclear deal in the Vienna talks.
On Wednesday, Iranian Foreign Minister Hussein Amir Abdullah announced that his country had reached a “good deal with the International Atomic Energy Agency.”
Last night, Tehran reached a good deal with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which will help alleviate some of the concerns about Iran’s peaceful nuclear program and further strengthen and strengthen cooperation with the agency, Amir Abdollah said.
Iranian media have reported that the agreement includes the IAEA’s permission to replace surveillance cameras in the country. TSA Atomic Power Station in Garage, After completing the main part of the judicial-security investigation into the damaged cameras, as well as condemning the International Vandalism Agency at the TSA facility and agreeing to a technical inspection before the cameras were placed by Iranian experts.
Amir Abdullahian added that the Iranians “hope to see progress in this round of talks if the reciprocity works realistically.”
The Iranian foreign minister has denied allegations that there are demands outside the nuclear deal within the Iranian proposals, citing the draft presented by Iran in Vienna as “based on the nuclear deal”.
He explained that negotiations were now taking place in two drafts, the first of which was the end of the previous six rounds, while the other parties “agreed that the new Iranian proposals should be at the negotiating table to reach a comprehensive text. Agreement.”
Amir Abdullahian expressed confidence that “the other side will work realistically so that we can grow in the negotiations.”
The Iranian Foreign Ministry announced the talks today between the head of the Iranian Energy Agency, Mohamed Eslami, and the Director-General of the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Grossi.Lead to improvement“.
“Ongoing discussions between the head of the Iranian Energy Agency, Mohammed Eslami, and the Director-General of the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Croce, have made progress,” he said.In many cases the gaps have narrowed The common good. “
AndSeventh round of talks resumed This December 9th, it focuses on lifting sanctions, thus confirming that Iran will not accept the new agreement and will not make any commitments, more than stated in its original form in the nuclear deal.