Europe News Desk!! Rafael Grossi, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), will visit Tehran for a high-level meeting at the invitation of the Iranian government. The Vienna-based agency made the announcement. In a tweet on Thursday, the IAEA said Grossi’s trip to Tehran was taking place at the invitation of the Iranian government, adding that he would hold a press conference on his return to Vienna on Saturday. Recent reports said Iran has accumulated approximately 84 percent of weapons-grade uranium, Xinhua news agency reported. Grossi’s journey is taking place after these reports. On 19 February, Bloomberg, citing two senior diplomats, claimed that IAEA inspectors in Iran had detected enriched uranium at levels well below those required for a nuclear weapon.
However, Iranian officials have dismissed the report. Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization chairman Mohammad Eslami said on Wednesday that his country and the IAEA discussed and finalized a number of issues at the level of experts, claiming that the country’s peaceful nuclear activities were agreed upon. Eslami said Grossi would discuss security measures and the closure of the case during his stay in Tehran. In recent months, the IAEA has criticized Iran for its lack of cooperation with the agency. In November last year, the IAEA’s Board of Governors passed a resolution proposed by the US, Britain, France and Germany, asking Iran to cooperate with the agency’s investigators regarding alleged uranium traces at several of its undeclared sites. Went. Iran has repeatedly rejected such allegations and stressed the peaceful nature of its nuclear program.
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