In an interview with France 24, Rafael Grossi, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, said it was in Tehran's interest to be more transparent in its dealings with the IAEA, as an agreement could always be reached if there was political will.
Rafael Grossi said that the seventh round of talks will not start from scratch, but will proceed based on the previous six rounds of negotiations, adding:
An agreement with Iran is still possible, but there is little time left.
The Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency stressed:
The agency is not a party to the JCPOA agreement, but as an inspector and guarantor of the agreement, it closely monitors the ongoing negotiations in Vienna.
Regarding 90% enrichment, Grossi said: "Currently, there is no 90% enrichment in Iran."
He added that JCPOA had set a quorum of 3.67 percent for enrichment, but now 60 percent enrichment is being done, adding:
Iran is enriching and increasing 20% at Fordow.
Regarding his intention to visit Tehran again, Grossi said that if he was invited, he would leave for Iran within a minute.
Regarding the Tessa site in Karaj and Iran's claim that the IAEA surveillance cameras had failed during the sabotage operation, he said:
Agency condemns sabotage; We hope that an agreement will be reached, which is very necessary.