Salehi added that the report is being prepared in accordance with article 2 of the additional protocol to the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) signed by Iran.
Iran's former envoy to IAEA expressed hope that once the report is submitted to the agency, it would settle a major part of related issues.
He said that Iran's nuclear file should be noticed from three dimensions including technical-legal, political and media publicity.
Iran's nuclear file is to be examined by the IAEA Board of Governors in a meeting on June 14.
Meanwhile, three groups of IAEA inspectors have been in Iran since May 15 to inspect the country's nuclear installations.
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