Iran is pleased with Tuesday’s talks with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Iranian nuclear agency head Ali Akbar Salehi says a “new chapter of cooperation” has begun.
“Our talk today was constructive. We have agreed that the agency will continue to carry out its duties independently,” said Salehi.
IAEA head Rafael Grossi said after the talk that cooperation with Iran is constructive and will continue.
“However, there are several glitches that need to be resolved. However, that does not mean that our approach is politically motivated.”
Iran and the IAEA have had regular disagreements in the past, including over the admission of regulators to Iran.
The country accused the agency of making politically motivated decisions at the beginning of this year. Iran enriched too much uranium in the first months of this year, according to the IAEA.