Referring to the IAEA new report on the implementation of JCPOA, Iran's Ambassador and Permanent Representative in Vienna stated that this report, in addition to confirming the reduction of JCPOA obligations and Iran's actions in this regard, refers to the cooperation between Tehran and the IAEA in various fields.

Iran PressEurope: Kazem Gharibabadi told the media on Wednesday that, according to the newly published report, "the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has continued its verification and monitoring activities regarding Iran's related commitments."

He said: "according to this report, in addition to heavy water production and storage, Iran has also exported more than 2.2 tons of its heavy water and also consumed 1.3 tons in line with its research and development activities."

Iran's representative continued to say: "the report of the Agency states enrichment activities continue in Natanz and Fordow, including with new machines and enrichment up to 4.5% and beyond 3.67% as it is set in JCPOA."

In addition, the report indicates Iran's recent decision to relocate R&D centrifuges underground in Natanz and states that Iran has declared that it will consider safeguard requirements.

The ambassador and permanent representative of our country added: "the IAEA report has announced the amount of Iran's uranium reserves as of November 2, is about 2442.9 kg, which is equal to about 3600 kg of low-enriched uranium."

Also regarding the report's reference to the results of the IAEA's visit to one of the places in 2018, Gharibabadi said that despite the differences in our technical views with the IAEA, interactions in this area between the two sides with the aim of resolving the issue are still ongoing and any hasty comments should be avoided.

The IAEA had previously made claims about what it called undeclared nuclear activities in places in Iran.

Following the US unilateral and illegal withdrawal from the JCPOA, Iran sought to maintain the nuclear deal, if the other parties to the agreement remained committed.

But after nearly two years and the inability of European parties to meet their commitments, Iran began steps to reduce its commitments over 60-day periods in order to maintain economic benefits.

However, on Wednesday, September 26, 2020, at the end of the visit of Rafael Grossi Director-General of the Agency to Tehran and negotiations with Iranian officials, the two sides agreed to further strengthen their cooperation and build mutual trust in order to facilitate the full implementation of the Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement and the Additional Protocol, which has been provisionally implemented by Iran since January 16, 2016.