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IAEA Chief: Iran Living Up to Nuclear Deal

31 October 2017

The conference will focus on the challenges in developing nuclear power infrastructure, including financing and public acceptance for nuclear energy programmes.

Iran will abandon the nuclear agreement if any global sanctions are reintroduced, an Iranian military official said on Monday.

The visit by the head of the United Nations nuclear watchdog, Yukiya Amano, is the first since U.S. President Donald Trump declared he would refuse to certify Iranian compliance with the 2015 accord Iran agreed to with six world powers. He said, "The IAEA can state that such nuclear-related commitments are being implemented". The agency head also met with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, reiterating the IAEA's position that the Islamic Republic has continued to hold up its end of the nuclear deal.

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"We have spoken about the section T and our positions have been clearly declared", Salehi said, referring one of the protocols of the nuclear deal struck under former President Barack Obama that restricts Iran's work on dual-use items that could be used to research warhead design.

As Reuters previously noted, "none of the other signatories to the deal-Britain, France, Germany, Russia, China, Iran, and the European Union-have cited serious concerns, leaving the United States isolated".

Mr. Amano reiterated that the JCPOA represents a clear gain from a verification point of view, and stressed the importance of full implementation by Iran of its nuclear-related commitments in order to make the JCPOA sustainable. "And this is to defend ourselves and the unity of our land and people". "And if there is any violation of the United States's commitments, we will react strongly".

IAEA Chief: Iran Living Up to Nuclear Deal