Iranian ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Ali Asghar Soltanieh expressed hope final accord between Iran and the IAEA would be signed in the next meeting.
Soltanieh referred to complicated aspects of political and legal of the modality scheduled to be agreed between Iran and the agency, expressing hope the final accord in which Iran's legal and technical criteria as well its considerations are heeded would be signed in the next meeting.
He referred to some remarks of western experts on the agreement and said that the IAEA expected that the agreement would have been signed in the meeting and their disappointment came after their expectations failed to be fulfilled.
Some western experts have said that there was an insult to the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Yukiya Amano when the agreement was not signed since he had traveled to Tehran for this goal.
Soltanieh added the truth is that the current issues between Iran and the IAEA are of complicated legal and political aspects and require close investigation.
Iran's IAEA ambassador Ali Asghar Soltanieh
The meeting between the representatives of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the IAEA was wrapped up Friday after 8 hours of continuous talks in the IAEA headquarters in Vienna.
Soltanieh noted some suggestions were proposed by two sides and all Iran's demands and expectations were considered.
He continued, "Important subjects and fundamental stances were discussed in the meeting and we hope to obtain good results over the next meeting, the time of which will be announced later."
He added this matter completely differs from the usual inspections which were carried out based on specified standards in all countries so it is worth paying a close attention.
The meeting was held in the presence of the International Atomic Energy Agency's Chief Inspector Herman Nackaerts and Deputy Director General Rafael Grossi and Iran's ambassador to the agency, Ali Asghar Soltanieh as well as some other IAEA experts.
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