TEHRAN (FNA) – The International Atomic Energy Agency’s Spokeswoman Melissa Fleming said that the UN nuclear watchdog will prepare its final report on Iran by late February.
“We should wait for the report to come out,” Fleming said when asked about finding a solution to the issues remained unsolved between Tehran and the IAEA, press tv reported.
Iran and the IAEA have agreed to solve some of the ambiguities within the modality charter ahead of the UN nuclear watchdog’s February report.
The ambiguities raised by the UN body includes P1 and P2 centrifuges, the origin of the contaminated equipment at the Isfahan Technical University, the metal hemisphere, the plutonium 210 and Gachin mine.
The IAEA Director General Mohamed ElBaradei visited Tehran in January. Western diplomats said that the IAEA chief visited Iran’s advanced centrifuge systems during his last month mission to Iran.