The International Atomic Energy Agency said in its most recent report that Iran is complying with the terms of the Geneva deal reached with the world powers last November.
According to the report, Iran has suspended areas of concern in its nuclear program and the agency has implemented new monitoring measures to get a clear picture of Iran’s nuclear activities.
The report adds that no additional parts have been added to the 20 MW Arak nuclear reactor, uranium enrichment at the 20 percent level has been suspended, and no new centrifuges have been installed at the Natanz or Fordo nuclear plants.
The IAEA also reports that Iran has provided the IAEA with all the required data and necessary access to nuclear facilities.
International sanctions against Iran have been eased as a result of the Geneva agreement in exchange for Iran’s concessions in rolling back some nuclear activities.