Vienna (IP)-A senior Iranian diplomat described the news of some foreign media about the latest report of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) regarding the verification of the implementation of the JCPOA as inaccurate, false, and directional.

Iran PressEurope: The report of the Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency on the verification of the implementation of the IAEA is a technical update on the performance of the IAEA under Security Council Resolution 2231, which informs the members of the latest developments and new technical information on Iran's nuclear activities.

Mohammad Reza Ghaebi, the head of the permanent representation of the Islamic Republic of Iran in international organizations based in Vienna, said that; in the report of the Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Iran informed the IAEA on April 4 that it had transferred all the centrifuge production machines from Karaj, west of Tehran, to Natanz. On the same day, the IAEA inspectors tested that all of them were inactive.

In a report on Wednesday, the International Atomic Energy Agency claimed that Iran had transferred all centrifuge machinery from the Karaj facility to the Natanz complex.

IAEA removes one location in Iran from its list of places under question

IAEA's confidential report for the member states of the Board of Governors, which was leaked to Reuters, states that on April 4, 2022, IAEA inspectors confirmed that the equipment in Natanz was sealed by the IAEA inactive.

Under an arrangement that is more than a year old, the IAEA does not have access for the time being to the data collected by some of its cameras, such as those at the new Isfahan workshop.

Iran has said that the IAEA will be allowed to have access to the recordings of the CCTV camera when there is an agreement on the removal of the sanctions on Tehran between Iran and the P4+1 with the indirect involvement of the United States that illegally withdrew from the JCPOA in May 2018 in violation of UN Resolution 2231 that endorses the deal.


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