The head of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization, Mohammad Eslami, confirmed that talks to revive the nuclear agreement in Vienna will focus on the United States returning to the agreement signed in 2015, stressing that Washington's hostile methods against Tehran are bound to fail.
In a statement today, Eslami said, "With the correct legal and political behavior, we have negotiated guarantees and commitments to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, and we have shown that Iran's nuclear path is peaceful."
Islami denounced the unjust economic embargo imposed by Washington against Tehran to achieve its goals, pointing out that the hostile methods used against Iran are bound to fail.
In a related context, the head of Iran's permanent mission to the United Nations and the International Atomic Energy Agency, Mohammad Reza Ghaibi, said, "The positive and constructive approach shown by Iran was not properly responded to by the International Atomic Energy Agency."
During a meeting on safeguards between Tehran and the International Atomic Energy Agency, Ghaebi stressed that "there is no issue related to safeguards on the current Iranian nuclear activities," noting that it is in the interest of both parties to respect the three recognized principles of independence, impartiality and professionalism.