Iran, IAEA agreement over nuclear power plants
VIENNA- The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Iran reached an agreement during their technical meeting within the Framework for Cooperation, agreed between the parties last November.
The two sides said in a statement late Wednesday(May 21st) that they reviewed the good progress that had been made on the seven practical measures that were agreed on three months ago.
Iran and the Agency also reached agreement on five additional practical measures to be implemented in the next step.
The measures of the Framework for Cooperation, set to be executed by Iran by May 25, include exchanging information with the Agency with respect to the allegations related to the initiation of high explosives, including the conduct of large scale high explosives experimentation in Iran.
Moreover, it requires that Iran provide mutually agreed relevant information and explanations related to studies made or papers published in Iran in relation to neutron transport and associated modelling and calculations and their alleged application to compressed materials.
Iran must also arrange a technical visit to a centrifuge research and development center. In addition, Iran will provide access to the centrifuge and assembly workshops, centrifuge rotor production workshops, and storage facilities. Meanwhile, the last measure regarded concluding the safeguards approach for the IR-40 reactor.-KUNA