Iran and IAEA

Tehran allows IAEA to replace damaged cameras at Karaj site

Tehran allows IAEA to replace damaged cameras at Karaj site

Iran allowed the International Atomic Energy Agency to replace cameras at a centrifuge manufacturing site in Karaj, the Tasnim agency reported on Wednesday. Iran also agreed to hand the cameras, which were damaged during a …

Iran and IAEA reach new nuclear program deal

Iran and IAEA reach new nuclear program deal

Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency have clinched a “good deal” that could allay concerns about Tehran’s peaceful nuclear program, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian said on Wednesday. …

Gaps over several issues between Iran and IAEA narrowed - report

Gaps over several issues between Iran and IAEA narrowed - report

The Iranian Foreign Ministry's spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said that ongoing discussions between Mohammad Eslami, head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) and Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) …

'No progress' ahead of Iran nuclear talks - UN agency

'No progress' ahead of Iran nuclear talks - UN agency

The UN nuclear watchdog said there had been "no progress" in talks with Tehran on disputes over the monitoring of Iran's atomic programme, just days before talks restart on reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. …

IAEA chief to visit Tehran on Monday

IAEA chief to visit Tehran on Monday

U.N. nuclear watchdog chief Rafael Grossi will visit Iran next week, an Iranian official said , as Tehran and world powers prepare to resume talks on reviving a 2015 nuclear deal. "Grossi will arrive in Tehran on Monday," …

Iran's stockpile of highly-enriched uranium rises fourfold

Iran's stockpile of highly-enriched uranium rises fourfold

International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors reported that Iran increased its stockpile of uranium enriched close to the levels needed for weapons and was expanding its production capacity. It also continued to restrict monitoring of facilities …

Iran and IAEA extend monitoring deal by a month

Iran and IAEA extend monitoring deal by a month

Iran and the U.N. nuclear watchdog are extending a recently expired monitoring agreement by a month, the agency's chief said on Monday, avoiding a collapse that could have plunged wider talks on reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal into …

Iran runs new cascade of centrifuges in Natanz

Iran runs new cascade of centrifuges in Natanz

The International Atomic Energy Agency said Iran has begun enriching uranium with a third cascade of advanced IR-2m centrifuge machines at the Natanz nuclear site. "On 7 March 2021, the Agency verified... that: Iran had begun …

IAEA worried Iran may have undeclared nuclear material

IAEA worried Iran may have undeclared nuclear material

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is deeply concerned that Iran may have undeclared nuclear material at an undisclosed location, Director-General Rafael Mariano Grossi said. "The presence of multiple uranium particles …

Iran plans to scale back cooperation with IAEA in a week

Iran plans to scale back cooperation with IAEA in a week

Iran has told the U.N. nuclear watchdog it will dramatically scale back cooperation with it in a week, a report by the agency to its member states showed on Tuesday, ratcheting up protests against U.S. sanctions still choking its economy. …

Iran to design new heavy water reactor

Iran to design new heavy water reactor

The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) is taking the initial steps to design another heavy-water reactor similar to an existing one in the city of Arak, spokesman for the Iranian Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy …

Iran steps further back from JCPOA

Iran steps further back from JCPOA

Iran announced a further rollback of its commitments to the international nuclear accord amid anger over the U.S. killing of a top commander. The Tehran government said it would forego the "limit on the number of centrifuges" …

IAEA calls on Iran to clear up origin of uranium traces

IAEA calls on Iran to clear up origin of uranium traces

IAEA acting chief Cornel Feruta said that Iran had not provided any more information about the origin of the particles. "We have continued our interactions with Iran since then, but have not received any additional …