The International Atomic Energy Agency says Iran has been complying with the terms of the Geneva agreement. Reuters reports that according to an IAEA report, Iran has maintained its uranium enrichment at five percent, as it agreed to with the world powers.

The report adds that there have been no significant developments at uranium-enrichment facilities or the Arak Heavy Water plant.

Iran agreed to a series of concessions in its nuclear program in November 2013 in exchange for the partial easing of sanctions and the release of frozen assets in international banks.

The parties were to reach a final agreement by last July but that date has now been extended to July 2015.