SHAFAQNA – A delegation from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is to arrive in Tehran Monday night to discuss the remaining issues about Iran’s peaceful nuclear program.
The delegation will be led by the watchdog body’s Deputy Director for Security Tero Varjoranta.
Members of the delegation will start discussions with the officials of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran on Tuesday.
Iran’s IAEA envoy Reza Najafi earlier told IRNA that Varjoranta will visit Tehran at the head of a delegation to continue discussions on issues of mutual interests.
Najafi regretted that the IAEA has not observed the classified information nondisclosure agreement again.
“While Iran and the IAEA were planning, its information was released by a western media,” Najafi complained.
“This would once more confirm Iran’s concern about carrying out spying operations in the international body,” he stressed.
Najafi warned the IAEA’s officials, Director General Yukiya Amano in particular, to honor the body’s commitment regarding protecting Iran’s confidential documents and information.