Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will resume talks on Tehran’s nuclear program in Vienna on May 13. This was reported by France Press Agency referring to a representative of the Islamic republic at the IAEA Ali Asghar Soltaniye.
“This decision further demonstrates the desire of Iran to cooperate with the agency and indicates that the activity of the Islamic Republic in the nuclear sphere is entirely peaceful in nature,” – said Soltaniye.
According to him the new round of negotiations will determine the “form of his country’s answers” to the IAEA questions.
After the February visit of inspectors the Agency stated that its representatives were denied access to the military facility in Parchin. The IAEA report expressed “serious concern” over the possible military nature of Iran’s nuclear program, notes RIA Novosti.
At present, four UN Security Council sanctions resolutions are in effect against Iran.