Iran expects IAEA to close explosive detonators dossier

Iran’s Vice President and Head of the country’s Atomic Energy Organization Ali Akbar Salehi said that IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano is expected to take timely and important measures in dealing with EBW explosive detonators and close its dossier.

Salehi made the remarks after his meeting with the IAEA Director General in Tehran on Aug. 17, Iran’s official IRNA news agency reported.

Speaking to reporters, Salehi said Iran has met IAEA demands in two sectors as reflected in the IAEA report.

IAEA has made five other demands from Iran which are within the frameworks of talks with P5+1 under joint action plan and Iran should respond to them, he said.

Preliminary measures to reply to these demands by Iran are underway, Salehi added.

In talks with Amano it was underlined that Iran has replied to all questions posed by IAEA by this time, he underlined.