Iran to IAEA: False claims against Iran’s peaceful activities have to stop
(MENAFN) Iran’s nuclear head Mohammad Eslami stated on Monday that false claims aimed at Iran’s peaceful nuclear activities have to stop.
Talking at the yearly conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Monday, Eslami was firm on the necessity of an impartial verification of Iran’s nuclear program by the Vienna-based UN group.
“We expect for the sake of its reputation the Agency does not allow certain elements raise again old allegations under different pretexts” which were answered in 2015, Elsami said.
He went on to say, “There is no undeclared nuclear activity or material in Iran and all allegations are based on forged and incorrect information by the usurper regime of Israel. The Islamic Republic of Iran truly expects the Agency conduct its reporting, monitoring and verification in a more professional, impartial and independent manner.”
Eslami added that according to a strategic comprehensive document, agreed at the national level, the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) is tasked to produce 20 percent of the nation’s power use from atomic energy.
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