Soltanieh said the IAEA Chief’s report has focused on unnecessary technical details, thus raising ambiguities and problems.
He added that unfortunately, the IAEA Chief’s report has re-touched the old and unpleasant issue, the alleged studies, as a new topic.
On the issue of Iran’s 20 percent enrichment referred to in the IAEA Chief’s report, Soltanieh said the Agency has in its correspondences explicitly said that the inspectors had been ordered to be present upon start of activities as they did.
Elsewhere in the statement, Soltanieh referred to correspondences between Iran and the IAEA, saying the new IAEA Chief’s report has failed to focus on the correspondences.
The Agency had the duty to reflect Iran’s explanations, he added.