London(IP)- Despite Iran's repeated words and actions for returning to a realistic agreement with European countries on its peaceful nuclear program, the three European countries that are members of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action(JCPOA), along with the United States, on Wednesday tried to issue a joint statement against Iran's peaceful nuclear program at the meeting of the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency(IAEA).

Iran PressEurope:  According to Lawrence Norman, a reporter for the American Wall Street Journal, the statement has been written by 56 countries, 23 of which are members of the Agency's Board of Governors.

" Laura Holgate, "the American ambassador to the international organizations based in Vienna also  allegedly claimed that about 50 countries have expressed their concern about Iran's  lack of cooperation with the agency, and this shows that the international community still wants Iran to fulfill its legal obligations to act as a matter of urgency and cooperate with the IAEA to clarify and resolve all outstanding safeguards issues without delay."

She has claimed: "Despite the announcement of the IAEA s readiness to interact with Iran, such an interaction has not taken place and the report of the Director General of the IAEA has concluded that safeguard issues remain."

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