Iran's permanent representative to the IAEA Ali Akbar Salehi described the work of the Agency's experts in the country as very positive.
"The activities of IAEA experts who are finishing their work in Iran today together with Iranian experts can be described as very good and very positive," he said in an interview with RIA Novosti.
"Iran gave answers to all the questions about the Iranian nuclear program," Salehi pointed out.
For five days the Agency's experts inspected and studied the report on Iranian nuclear programs Tehran had submitted earlier.
Today is the deadline for the resolution of the IAEA Board of Governors, in compliance with which Iran was to give full and true information on the peaceful purposes of its nuclear developments, including on uranium enriching, and to sign the Non-Proliferation Treaty additional protocol.
Last week Iran announced its readiness to sign the document and in the next few days this notice will be sent to the IAEA, Salehi said.
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