IAEA: Tehran meeting commitments under deal with P5+1


by PressTV

The International Atomic Energy Agency says Iran is meeting its commitments under an interim nuclear agreement with permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany.

The IAEA's monthly report says two months into the six-month halt, Iran is still not enriching uranium as agreed in Vienna. The report went on to say that Iran has not made any advances at its Fordo and Natanz enrichment plants or at the Arak nuclear reactor. Despite Tehran's confirmed commitment, the head of the UN Sanctions Committee on Iran says the UN sanctions on Iran must remain in effect and be fully implemented. Iran and the P5+1, which includes the US, Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany, agreed in November to end the standoff over the country's nuclear energy program.