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TEHRAN, November 21. /TASS/. Iran's ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Reza Najafi said the Agency still has not presented proofs of its claims against the Iranian nuclear program, IRNA news agency reported on Friday.
“We have given to the Agency answers to all its questions,” the agency reports the ambassador. “However, we still have not received original documents to be used for discussing the claims IAEA has.”
The ambassador called “groundless lies” all the claims against the Iranian nuclear program, “unfair” the comments from IAEA head Yukiya Amano and “ineffective” his actions during the Vienna talks between Iran and the six world powers.
The Iranian ambassador reacted to a statement made by Yukiya Amano in Vienna on Thursday. IRNA reports Amano told a meeting of IAEA managers Iran had not undertaken measures regarding the two latest practical steps under the roadmap between Iran and IAEA of November 13, 2013, which are related to certain technology issues of the nuclear tests.