A report from the International Atomic Energy Agency confirms that Iran has significantly reduced its store of 20-percent-enriched uranium.

Two days after a meeting between Iranian and IAEA representatives, the nuclear watchdog reports that Iran has reduced its store of high-grade enriched uranium from 209 kg to 38 kg.

The report released by the IAEA confirms that Iran is compliant with all the provisions in the Geneva agreement, which was signed between Iran and the 5+1.

Under to the Geneva Agreement, Iran agreed to roll back its nuclear activities and world powers agreed to delay the imposition of new sanctions against Iran and release some of its frozen assets in international banks.