VIENNA, Sept. 7 (Xinhua) -- The latest International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) report has proven that Iran's nuclear facilities are for peaceful purposes, an Iranian envoy said Monday.
After seven years of constant inspections, the report once again confirms the non-diversion of Iran's nuclear activities toward military and banned objectives, Ali-Asghar Soltaniyeh, Iran's ambassador to IAEA told the Islamic Republic News Agency.
The IAEA report reflects that Iran has been quite successful in scientific, technological and enrichment activities, and all these activities have taken place under the supervision of the agency, Soltaniyeh added.
The IAEA report, obtained by media here on Monday, was prepared for discussions in next week's IAEA Board of Governors meeting. It lists latest developments of Iran's nuclear program since the last report produced in May.
The new report says Iran had been continuing its uranium enrichment activities despite UN sanctions, and calls for Iran to cooperate more with the IAEA to clarify the intent of its nuclear program, including providing access to all sites, equipment, persons and documents requested by the agency.
- IAEA: Iran's uranium stockpile rises 2010-09-07