This file photograph taken 14 Nov, 2007 captures a view of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) headquarters in Vienna. (JOE KLAMAR / AFP)
VIENNA - A confidential report of UN
nuclear agency IAEA on Thursday showed Tehran is still complying with the
historic nuclear deal after the United States' (US) withdrawal from the deal.
No substantial elements in Tehran's program was found to be violating the deal, according to the UN nuclear agency's report
The report, seen by Xinhua, said the International Atomic Energy Agency
(IAEA) is monitoring Iran's nuclear plan under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of
Action (JCPOA). There is no sign in the report that Iran is violating the deal,
which freezes its atomic plan.
No substantial elements in Tehran's program was found to be violating the deal, including Iran' activities related to Heavy Water and Reprocessing, Enrichment and Fuel, and Centrifuge Research & Development etc., according to the report.
Britain, France, Germany and Iran are to meet on Friday in Vienna to discuss the
Iranian nuclear deal for the first time after US pullout from the accord.
In July 2015, six world powers and Iran signed the JCPOA in the Austrian capital, a landmark deal which eased sanctions on Iran in exchange for Tehran limiting its nuclear program.
The United States pulled out of the pact earlier this month, and wants to impose tough sanctions on Iran, while European powers and Tehran say they are committed to keep working together to save the deal.