Iran will not heed a call to cooperate more fully with UN nuclear inspectors until a standoff over the future of its agreement with major powers is resolved.
Tehran’s Ambassador to the IAEA, Reza Najafi, said that, while it was not benefiting from the deal, no one should expect Iran to go to implement more voluntary measures.
Diplomats who deal with the agency says it follows an inspection in late April that went down to the wire in terms of how quickly the IAEA team gained access to one site.
Meanwhile, the International Atomic Energy Agency’s Chief has said the comment is not an expression of concern or complaints but rather an encouragement to Iran. (Reuters)
Source: Radio Pakistan