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Iran slams IAEA 'counterproductive' report
Iran on Thursday criticized the UN nuclear agency for having taken "a counterproductive approach" after its head said Tehran had not clarified queries over possible undeclared nuclear activity.
Iran goes on with remedial measures amid continued sanctions: Senior diplomat
Iran’s representative to the Vienna-based international organizations told a meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency’s Board of Governors on Wednesday that nuclear remedial measures are evidently within Iran’s rights in strict accordance with the 2015 nuclear agreement’s provisions. He stressed that Iran cannot stay silent amid continued US bans.
IAEA report reflects Iran’s implementation of law on nuclear activities: Envoy
Iran’s permanent representative to Vienna-based international organizations said a recent report by the UN nuclear watchdog serves to verify the Islamic Republic’s implementation of a parliamentary law that has widened the scope of the country’s nuclear measures.
Iran, IAEA extend monitoring deal amid Vienna talks
Zarif to US: Drop Trump legacy, release ‘billions of dollars held hostage’
Iran envoy: Changing mode of 60% enrichment ‘technical decision’
US general: Iran has not made any irreversible nuclear moves
Iran slams IAEA chief's latest remarks as ‘unconstructive’
Iran’s permanent representative to the Vienna-based international organizations has criticized Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Rafael Grossi for his latest remarks about the 2015 landmark nuclear pact, terming his comments as unconstructive.
IAEA chief: US return to Iran nuclear deal possible
Grossi urges JCPOA signatories to use three-month opportunity granted by Iran
Iran advises IAEA to remain impartial, speak technically
Iran on Monday urged the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to only speak – as a technical nuclear agency – about the technical aspects of Iran’s nuclear program.
Anti-Iran resolution scrapping a chance for E3 to fulfill obligations: Envoy
Iran’s ambassador to international organizations in Vienna said Britain, France and Germany gave themselves not the Islamic Republic another chance to live up to their obligations under the 2015 nuclear deal by dropping their previous decision to adopt a resolution against Tehran at the International Atomic Energy Agency's (IAEA) Board of Governors.
Iran: Deal with IAEA, goodwill gesture in support of diplomacy
Russia working to defuse tensions over Iran nuclear program at IAEA session: Envoy
Efforts to pass anti-Iranian resolution threaten diplomacy
Iran’s deputy Foreign Minister described any efforts to pass anti-Iranian resolution by the United Nation nuclear watchdog’s Board of Governors as unconstructive.

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