The latest in an ongoing series of regular reports by the IAEA on the implementation of the P5+1 nuclear agreement with Iran has shown, once again, that Iran is fully in compliance with all of its obligations under the deal, and that there was not a single violation in the period covered by this most recent report.
The report, though not made public, appears in all ways identical to other reports on the implementation, and Iran has been in compliance throughout the year since the deal took effect. The new report also confirms that Iran provided additional documentation, as requested.
Indeed, since the P5+1 deal went into effect, the only technical “violation” was way back in February, when Iran briefly exceeded the 130 tonnes limit on heavy water ahead of an export to the United States. The most they had, however, was 130.9 tonnes, and 20 tonnes were all set to be exported, and eventually were.
The IAEA report also gives no credence to any of the allegations made by the Institute for Science and International Security (Other ISIS), which claimed secret side deals. Other ISIS offered no evidence to support those allegations, claiming an unidentified official from an unidentified country caught wind of it and told them.
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