Experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency inspected Iran's nuclear facilities.
As a source in the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization reported, "the agency's five experts, who have been staying in Iran since last week, have visited all of the nuclear facilities they planned to, checked the fulfillment of the commitments stop production of accessories to the Pi-2 centrifuge, visited the heavy water production plant and held the necessary meetings and negotiations with Iranian specialists.
"At the end of this week the IAEA experts will leave Iran. And in two weeks, at the beginning of the next month, a new group of agency experts will arrive in Iran. They will conduct routine inspections."
The inspections of the Iran's nuclear facilities and the subsequent report, which will be delivered at a session of the IAEA managers' council in Vienna in June, were required. The Iranian dossier will again be the center of the IAEA's attention. Depending on the content of the report, the council could decide to submit it to the UN Security Council for sanctions on Iran or close the Iranian dossier as was done with regard to Libya which, according to IAEA leadership, has fully disarmed.
Iran claims that its nuclear program is peaceful, regards continued operation of the programs as a legitimate right of the state, rejects all the accusations of its intention to create weapons of mass destruction, allows inspections of its nuclear facilities and supports continuing its open and transparent cooperation with the IAEA.
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