The International nuclear energy Agency (IAEA) ought to stay fair-minded towards Iran’s atomic program, Kazem Gharibabadi, Iranian delegate to the global associations in Vienna, was cited as saying by Iran’s state TV report.
The comments of Gharibabadi followed Tuesday’s report of chief Rafael Grossi, during which he affirmed that Iran blocks access to a number of its nuclear sites and continues to spice up its stocks of uranium enriched above the share allowed within the 2015 nuclear deal, officially referred to as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
All of Iran’s nuclear activities are fully compliant with the Non-Proliferation Treaty, and therefore the country’s commitments under the JCPOA also because of the safeguards agreement, Gharibabadi was quoted as saying.
“The IAEA should keep up with its freedom, impartiality, and professionalism, and accordingly the IAEA individuals should truly forgo squeezing the office for their political purposes,” he said.
A law passed by Iran’s parliament in December 2020 ordered the Iranian government to forestall carrying out the IAEA’s Additional Protocol if U.S. sanctions weren’t lifted by Feb. 23.
Iran and in this way the IAEA arrived at a three-month impermanent concession to Feb. 23 for the past to store video records of cameras observing its atomic locales, and convey those records to the IAEA as long as and after the U.S.
sanctions on Iran would be lifted. Iran expanded the agreement for one more month on May 23.
Nobody can constrain Iran to stop its atomic exercises when U.S. sanctions against Iran proceeds, Gharibabadi said.
The information recording arrangement ought to be considered neither as an IAEA’s right nor Iran’s commitment, he added.