Tehran (IP) - Iran Foreign ministry spokesman said that Iran and IAEA relations secure and technical, not politicised.

Iran PressIran news: Attending in weekly press conference, Saeed Khatibzadeh responded to Iran Press question on the last statement by Behrouz Kamalvandi saying that IAEA cameras will be set in Karaj nuclear site soon.

Referring to the sabotage in Karaj nuclear site, Khatibzadeh added: "We have informed IAEA that this issue should be pursued based on security and judicial factors in Iran."

"The extent of the sabotage must be evaluated and the perpetrators must be recognized as well," spokesman added.

Saeed Khatibzadeh noted that after security checks, the IAEA cameras could be set.

Referring to IAEA Director General, Rafael Grossi’s trip to Tehran, Iran's top diplomat added that this issue was agreed but could not be released due to some problems.

"Iran declared the permission to set the IAEA’s cameras after preparing the pre-requirements," Khatibzadeh pointed out.

"As long as Iran and IAEA relations are in the pre-determined framework, there is no problem and it is safe and secure," concluded foreign ministry’s spokesman.


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