The spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran said that Westerners and Americans announce in the media that nuclear negotiations are not a priority for them, but this is a lie.

Iran PressIran news: The spokesman of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization, Behrouz Kamalvandi added in an interview: "The West was looking to gather the nuclear capability of our country, they want Iran not to have these capabilities."

He said that America's dream is to destroy Iran's nuclear industry.

Behrouz Kamalvandi, regarding the agreements between Iran and its agency, emphasized: "the cameras that were reactivated according to the agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency are in the centrifuge production center of Isfahan."

He clarified: "This current centrifuge manufacturing center in Isfahan is the same as of Karaj production line which was moved to a safe place after sabotage, because wherever the enemy sabotaged Iran's nuclear facilities, our country's facilities were moved to a safer place and also the quality of nuclear products were increased too."

Kamalvandi said: "29 cameras and agency devices were collected, and according to the agreement, about 10 cameras were activated in Natanz."

The spokesman of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization noted: "the information stored in the cameras will remain with Iran and will not be accessible to the agency until an agreement is reached.

Regarding the type of agency surveillance in Fordo, Kamalvandi said: "the surveillances in Fordo are based on safeguard protocols and no extra security cameras have been installed there."

He also emphasized that the agency no longer has any questions regarding the two alleged locations of Abadeh and Jaber bin Hayyan.

Behrouz Kamalvandi continued: "Providing the necessary political space to end the issue of Torquzabad and Varamin is enough, and the negotiations with the agency about these two issues are ongoing.