TEHRAN, Young Journalists Club (YJC) - The quarterly International Atomic Energy Agency update confirmed that key parameters of Iran's nuclear program remained within the limits of the accord with major powers.
The restricted report, seen by AFP, said Iran "has not enriched" uranium above low levels and that its stockpile of enriched uranium was under the agreed limit of 300 kilogram’s (660 pounds).
The new IAEA report said that the number of enrichment centrifuges installed at Iran's Natanz site remained below the upper limit of 5,060 during the reporting period.
The volume of heavy water -- a reactor coolant -- remained below the agreed maximum of 130 tones throughout the past three months and on November 6 was 114.4 tones.
The IAEA assessment showed Tehran has complied with the deal since its entry into force in January 2016.