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IAEA admits Iran nuclear energy program is peaceful

March 14, 2013


The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has acknowledged that Iran is using its nuclear energy program solely for peaceful purposes, Press TV reported. “Iran has a comprehensive agreement with the IAEA and Iran is subject to UN Security Council resolutions which are legally binding. This is the standard,” IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano said at […]

Crisis Group expert: Parchin symbolizes three-fold problem between Iran and IAEA

August 24, 2012


The Parchin military complex symbolizes a three-fold problem between Iran and the IAEA, Senior Iran analyst at International Crisis Group, Ali Vaez said. Visiting the Parchin complex has become a priority for the International Atomic Energy Agency as it seeks to end what the West sees as prolonged Iranian stonewalling of its investigation into allegations […]

“Iran lacks confidence in IAEA’s independence”

August 23, 2012


Iran lacks confidence in the independence of the IAEA and doesn’t want to be seen to be capitulating, Senior fellow at Nanyang Technological University’s S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, James M. Dorsey said. “That lack of confidence is reinforced by the failure of the P5 + 1 talks to produce a mutually acceptable solution […]

Iran-IAEA talks to focus on three aspects, nuclear program to continue

May 2, 2012


Iran's Representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency says Iran to continue developing its nuclear program in peaceful purposes.

Iran to allow IAEA inspectors to visit Parchin military complex

March 6, 2012


Following the International Atomic Energy Agency’s quarterly meeting, Iran will grant the U.N. nuclear watchdog access to its Parchin military complex, ISNA news agency reported.

Expert on Iran: There is a way for Iran to resolve the impasse

February 25, 2012


There is a way for Iran to resolve the impasse, Fellow for Science and Technology at the Federation of American Scientists, Ali Vaez believes. “If Iran is provided with guarantees that it will not be penalized for admitting to its past transgressions, it might be more willing to open up to greater IAEA scrutiny,” Vaez […]

Atomic Watchdog barking: Iran refutes access to Parchin military complex

February 22, 2012


Hopes for defusing the Iranian nuclear crisis were thwarted Wednesday when the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said Iran did not agree to clear up nuclear weapons allegations and refused access to a site during a visit by senior agency officials.

Ramin Mehmanparast: Nuclear program on agenda of Iran-Six powers talks

February 21, 2012


Iran’s nuclear program is on the agenda of talks between Iran and the Six powers, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast said at the press briefing in Tehran this morning.