Iran to allow IAEA to service nuclear monitoring equipment
“The parties recalled and reaffirmed the spirit of cooperation and mutual trust and its continuation and emphasized on the necessity of addressing the relevant issues in a constructive atmosphere and exclusively in a technical manner,” stated the head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Company (AEOI) Mohammad Eslami and IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi in a joint declaration on Sunday.
According to the declaration, which followed the 2 chiefs’ conference in Tehran over the weekend, IAEA inspectors will be allowed to service the devices and change their storage media which will be kept under the joint IAEA and AEOI seals in the Islamic Republic.
Following the contract on Sunday, IAEA will have the ability to a minimum of service devices for nuclear tracking in Iran.
Eslami was priced estimate by Iranian news firm Tasnim as stating the settlements on Sunday were “constructive.”
“We have agreed in the next meeting of IAEA that Iran will participate and on the sideline of the meeting we will continue the negotiations,” Eslami stated, according to Tasnim.
“We also agreed that the head of IAEA will travel to Iran in the near future and will negotiate with the officials. For us trust building is highly important and we want mutual trust between Iran and IAEA — it is important,” Eslami included.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.