Technical issues in Vienna talks over: AEOI chief
The AEOI chief confirms that the technical issues in Vienna talks are over and only political issues have remained and are being followed up on by the Foreign Ministry.
The technical issues in the Vienna talks are over, as per Mohammed Eslami, the Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI), and the damaged nuclear sites are rebuilt and operating normally.
"The technical issues are over and being discussed in the Vienna talks and only political issues have remained which are followed up on by the Foreign Ministry," he said in an interview with the news service of the Iranian parliament.
"In recent years, reports have been published by IAEA against Iran's nuclear activities, but through negotiations and consultations, these issues ended and Iran and the IAEA handled their relations in accordance with Safeguard Agreement regulations, "the AEOI chief added.
The chief asserted that such accusations against Iran were made "by the Zionist regime and adversary groups," but, he added, "We follow our routine relationship with the IAEA."
"The nuclear sites and centers that were damaged in recent years have also been reorganized, and they are operating as usual now in accordance with the Strategic Action Plan for the Lifting of Sanctions [approved by the Iranian parliament in late 2020]."
"Arak Heavy Water is also operating," he concluded.