Tehran rejects allegations that Iran is conducting covert nuclear activities, Iran’s permanent mission to international organizations in Vienna said.
“The visit (of the acting head of the IAEA to Iran – ed.) did not have any special agenda, as (US Presidential Adviser on National Security John – ed.) Bolton might wish, at the same time we reject any allegations of hidden nuclear activities,” – the mission Twittered.
Bolton previously wrote on Twitter that the IAEA member countries are eagerly awaiting information on the results of the trip of the acting head of the organization, Cornel Feruta to Iran, regarding possible hidden nuclear materials and activities.
In addition, Reuters, citing diplomatic sources, reported that IAEA experts found traces of uranium in samples taken in Tehran at an Iranian facility that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu previously called the “secret nuclear depot”.
Visit of the acting The head of the IAEA took place a few days after the third stage of the reduction of nuclear obligations by Iran, which began on September 6.
From September 6, Tehran decided not to associate itself with the restrictions stipulated by the nuclear deal regarding research and development in the field of nuclear technology.