Tehran, YJC. Iran's ambassador to the IAEA has said that the first 2015 IAEA report on Iran's nuclear program has proven once more that Iran's activities are peaceful.
Iranian Ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency Reza Najafi on Thursday said taht a detailed report by the IAEA including locations, number of centrifuges, their type, the volume of enriched and non-enriched substances, the number of fuel sheets produced, reports on visits, samplings, etc. Testifies to the clarity of Iran's nuclear program.
The report comes just one day prior to a new round of talks between Iranian and US diplomats in Geneva, Switzerland.
Najafi maintained that the new report has added little to a previous IAEA report, he said. "One can say that 90 percent of it is repetition.
He also expressed concern about "unfounded allegations called PMD" and said that their repetition in the new report will add nothing to their credibility.
He said that Iran has carried out all but two actions agreed to in the Iran-5+1 Joint Plan of Action.
"For its part, Iran has offered a controlled access to the Marivan area. It is not a duty with Iran to provide any further explanation. Rather the countries which provided the IAEA with false reports must be responsible," he said.