Iranian government spokesman Ali Rabiei said that the nuclear negotiations taking place in Vienna have not reached a dead end.
Rabiei added that Iran is not in a hurry, and will not accept that negotiations become draining.
The Iranian official explained that these negotiations have reached the stage of discussing the main files,
For its part, the International Atomic Energy Agency said that Iran continues to violate many of the restrictions imposed on it under the nuclear agreement.
The agency stated in a report that it had not been able to fully verify Iran’s stockpile of enriched uranium, noting that it exceeds the permissible limit by 16 times so far.
Gharib Abadi added that Iran has continued to record data at its nuclear sites to give new deals a chance.
The Iranian official confirmed that the statistics and figures contained in the report of the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency regarding the installation of centrifuges or the enriched uranium stockpile are either based on the agency’s estimates, or were obtained within the framework of verifying the agreed upon guarantees, and have nothing to do with procedures outside those safeguards.
It is noteworthy that Iran held last week the fifth round of nuclear agreement negotiations with the great powers in the Austrian capital, amid expectations that the United States will return to the agreement again after its withdrawal from it in May 2018.