Tehran, April 15, IRNA – Iran’s ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency said on Wednesday that in today’s talks, Iran and the IAEA had found solutions for the remaining issues.
Speaking to IRNA after a meeting between representatives of Iran and the UN nuclear agency, Reza Najafi said that with the outcomes of today’s meeting, Iran expects that the arguments over the two remaining issues will be over after another meeting.
Najafi said that during the meeting, the two sides discussed complicated issues related to previous years, as well as allegations about heavy explosions in Marivan and neutron calculations.
He said that on IAEA claims about explosions in Marivan, Iran has agreed to provide controlled access to the agency.
However, he said that the agency has not responded to Iran’s offer yet.
The meeting between representatives of Iran and the UN nuclear agency is underway from Wednesday morning.