Iran to Work With International Atomic Agency, Tehran Times Says

Iran will cooperate with the International Atomic Energy Agency to prove that claims regarding the country’s nuclear program are unfounded, Tehran Times reported, citing Iran’s ambassador to the organization, Ali Asghar Soltanieh.

Soltanieh said Iran didn’t reject the IAEA’s request to visit the Parchin military complex and that the “framework must be agreed on for any access” to it, the Tehran Times reported. Soltanieh spoke on Feb. 24 after the IAEA issued its latest report on Iran’s nuclear activities to member states, the newspaper said.

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