Tehran (IP) - A spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of the Islamic Republic of Iran stressed that information would remain with Iran until an agreement was reached.

Iran PressIran news:  Behrouz Kamalvandi, the spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI), in an interview with Al-Alam News Network regarding the transfer of some nuclear facilities from the Karaj complex to Natanz, said: Due to the terrorist operation against Tsai Karaj, we had to intensify security measures, which moved a significant part of these vehicles and transferred the rest to Natanz and Isfahan.

AEOI spokesman also said: "Centrifuge parts production machines have been moved to a safer place due to their great importance and are still working."

Kamalvandi said that a report has been sent to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in two stages, first at the time of transfer of these devices and second at the stage of installing the cameras and starting their work.

Kamalvandi added: "Due to the ambiguities that were raised, we provided explanations that the actions are within the framework of the agreements and there are supervisions, but until an agreement is reached, the information will remain with Iran and will probably be deleted."

AEOI spokesman said: "We are not negotiating on technical issues at the moment, although there may be some minor issues that remain to be resolved.

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