IAEA Director General Report on Iran Nuclear Verification Sent to Agency's Board
15 November 2004 | IAEA Director General Mohamed ElBaradei this week circulated his latest report on the Agency's nuclear verification in Iran to the IAEA's Member States. The 35-member IAEA Board of Governors will consider the report at its next meetings beginning in Vienna 25 November. Unless the IAEA Board decides otherwise, the documentís circulation is restricted and it cannot be released to the public.
The report addresses recent IAEA inspections and verification work in Iran, as well as Iran's decision on uranium enrichment under an agreement with the European Union. The agreement was concluded following meetings between officials of Iran, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and European Union. The unofficial text of the Iran-EU agreement has been reported by news agencies.
Iran-EU Agreement on Nuclear Programme, 14 November 2004 »
Tehran Statement, 21 October 2003 »
IAEA Report on Iran Nuclear Programme, September 2004 [pdf] »
IAEA Board Resolution on Iran Nuclear Programme, September 2004 [pdf] »
NAM Amendments to IAEA Board Resolution », September 2004 [pdf]