WANA (Feb 22) – Just before noon today February 22nd, Mohammad Eslami, head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, stated on the sidelines of the weekly cabinet meeting that the nation will not tolerate political pressures and stated: “We have established relations with the Agency within the framework of safeguards.”


Eslami added: “IAEA officials are in Tehran and have been negotiating and inspecting since yesterday. The ambiguities caused by an inspector is being resolved.” Political Pressures

A Bloomberg article on Sunday stated that IAEA inspectors had confirmed the presence of 84% enrichment at Iran’s nuclear facilities which Iran is claiming to be ambiguities.


Iran’s head of atomic energy stated these ambiguities have either been resolved or are being resolved. He stated that Iran would “not tolerate political pressure, commotion, and the creation of controversy.”

Eslami also spoke about the pending nuclear negotiations, stating that the negotiations were meant to build trust between Iran and the 5+1


“The main parties of this agreement [JCPOA] have not fulfilled their commitments and they Americans both did not cooperate themselves and did not allow others to cooperate,” said the AEOI chief.

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International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Rafael Grossi meets with head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization Mohammad Eslami, in Tehran, Iran, September 12, 2021. WANA (West Asia News Agency)