Iranian representative comments on the new IAEA report

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Publish Date: 10:43 - 07 April 2022
Thursday, 7 April 2022 (YJC)_ The head of Iran's representative to international organizations in Vienna said that the new report of the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency is a technical update report on monitoring the implementation of the IAEA in accordance with Security Council Resolution 2231.

Iranian representative comments on the new IAEA report"Mohammad Reza Ghaebi", Head of the Permanent Mission of the Islamic Republic of Iran to International Organizations in Vienna, following the publication of a report yesterday evening (Wednesday) by Rafael Grossi, Director of the International Atomic Energy Agency , Incorrect and directed by some foreign media announced:
This is a technical update report of the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency on monitoring the implementation of the IAEA in accordance with Security Council Resolution 2231, which informs the members of the latest developments as well as new technical information related to Iran's nuclear activities.

The head of our country's representation added:
The report states that following Iran's notification to the IAEA on January 19, it intends to produce centrifuge rotor tubes in a new location in Isfahan instead of Karaj, and that IAEA inspectors will make the necessary arrangements in Karaj on January 22 and the cameras The monitoring was dismantled and the production of centrifuge rotor pipes was stopped in this place. On January 24, the Agency's surveillance cameras were installed in Isfahan without access to their memory information, and the relevant information was provided to the Agency until Iran returned to the implementation of Borjam. Will not be located and will be stored with Iran.

He continued:
For this reason, the Agency has stated that it cannot confirm whether the production of centrifuge components has started in Isfahan or not. It was also reported that Iran informed the IAEA on April 4 that it had transferred all centrifuge-making machines in Karaj to Natanz, and on the same day that IAEA inspectors had verified that all of them were inactive.

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iran ، iaea ، nuclear
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