IAEA to assess Iran’s commitment to nuclear deal

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is set to reevaluate how far progress has come on a nuclear agreement Iran had struck with six world powers back in 2015.

In its 11th such report and the first since US President Donald Trump announced Washington’s pullout from the deal, the UN atomic watchdog policing the historic accord said that Iran remained within limits on the level to which it can enrich its stock of uranium and other items.

“There have been no signs indicating Iran’s involvement in nuclear activities after 2009,” the IAEA said in a confidential report that was sent to member states.

The IAEA has been a major proponent of the nuclear deal, saying that it created “the world’s most robust verification regime.” Meanwhile, it also said in a recent report that Tehran continued to honor its commitments to the nuclear agreement forged with major world powers.

Source: Kuwait News Agency

IAEA to assess Iran’s commitment to nuclear deal

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is set to reevaluate how far progress has come on a nuclear agreement Iran had struck with six world powers back in 2015.

In its 11th such report and the first since US President Donald Trump announced Washington’s pullout from the deal, the UN atomic watchdog policing the historic accord said that Iran remained within limits on the level to which it can enrich its stock of uranium and other items.

“There have been no signs indicating Iran’s involvement in nuclear activities after 2009,” the IAEA said in a confidential report that was sent to member states.

The IAEA has been a major proponent of the nuclear deal, saying that it created “the world’s most robust verification regime.” Meanwhile, it also said in a recent report that Tehran continued to honor its commitments to the nuclear agreement forged with major world powers.

Source: Kuwait News Agency