The Director General of the Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Grossi, asserts that there is no actual evidence that Iran has carried out clandestine uranium enrichment.
The Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Grossi, revealed Thursday that there is no actual evidence that Iran is carrying out secret uranium enrichment operations at its facilities.
He pointed out that there is no information related to this matter, stressing that his agency monitors all Iranian facilities that enrich these materials.
He added that he has a high degree of confidence in the capabilities of the agency’s inspection and verification of what is happening in Iran.
Earlier this week, Iran announced, through Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh, its intention to return to nuclear negotiations with the European Union, but the EU’s foreign policy official, Josep Borrell, confirmed that no talks with the Iranian side were held in Brussels.
In addition, the US special envoy to Iran, Robert Malley, is holding four-way talks with the three European countries concerned with the Iranian nuclear file in the French capital, Paris.
Mali had conducted a Gulf tour that included Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Qatar, while a French diplomatic source confirmed the participation of a representative of the European Union as well in this meeting.