IAEA to release final PMD report late Nov.

TEHRAN, Nov. 11 (MNA) – Iran’s IAEA envoy Reza Najafi said the Agency’s final PMD report on Iran’s nuclear program will be released and resolved by late November.

Iran’s Ambassador to the IAEA Reza Najafi called on the International Atomic Energy Agency watchdogs to take an impartial approach in preparing the upcoming report about the so-called possible military dimensions (PMD) of Iran’s nuclear case, adding “we expect the Agency to present a report based on facts – as was the case with Iran’s own report of its nuclear program – and steer away from the false information given by some western countries about Iran.”

Najafi noted that the Islamic Republic has fulfilled all its commitments under the roadmap signed with the IAEA on July 14 – reached on the same day Iran and the 5+1 finalized the JCPOA in Vienna, adding that IAEA issued a statement on October 15 which confirmed the country has fully abided by the agreement.

“After this point on, the IAEA will begin to draft a report for final evaluation. We will of course hold a meeting to review the latest points with the agency before the release of the report which is expected by late November,” he said, adding the IAEA should set the stage for the introduction of 5+1 resolution to an extraordinary session of the IAEA Board of Governors on 15 December. 

Under the JCPOA, the 5+1 group of countries are obliged to introduce a resolution for closing past issues of Iran’s nuclear case, he said.

“One of our conditions for the implementation of the JCPOA, especially in the case of Arak reactor and fuel swap, is that the allegations of past military dimensions of Iran's nuclear program is settled. This is a very important stage and we predict that the IAEA's report will finally settle the case,” he said. 




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