Iran’s representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency has announced that the Islamic Republic will suspend some of its nuclear activities in 2014.
Reza Najafi said on Friday on the sidelines of the IAEA meeting in Vienna that the suspensions will be implemented in accordance with the Geneva agreement between Iran and the 5+1 for six months.
Najafi stated that the provisions agreed upon by both sides will become effective from around the end of December or the beginning of January.
Iran and the 5+1 reached an interim deal over nuclear issues last Sunday in Geneva encompassing the next six months.
The IAEA will have a prominent role in overseeing the implementation of the provisions of the agreement.