Iran meeting nuclear deal commitments: IAEA

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According to the government's website, Rouhani told the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency that Iran wanted to "cooperate with the IAEA long term".

The head of the United Nations atomic agency on Sunday said Iran was carrying out its commitments made under a landmark nuclear deal with world powers.

The International Ministerial Conference on Nuclear Power in the 21st Century opened in Abu Dhabi on Monday, with the participation of experts and leaders in the field of peaceful nuclear energy.

The United States President Donald Trump decided two weeks ago not to certify Iran's compliance with the nuclear pact and threatened to abandon it if its "shortcomings" were not corrected.

Mr. Amano reiterated that the JCPOA represents a clear gain from a verification point of view, and stressed the importance of full implementation by Iran of its nuclear-related commitments in order to make the JCPOA sustainable.

"We have spoken about the section T and our positions have been clearly declared", Salehi said, referring one of the protocols of the nuclear deal struck under former President Barack Obama that restricts Iran's work on dual-use items that could be used to research warhead design.

Amano, whose agency is in charge of monitoring those restrictions, says the deal already subjects Tehran to the world's toughest nuclear inspection regime.

Trump has stopped short of withdrawing the United States from an worldwide accord signed with Iran in 2015, which seeks to ensure that Tehran would place limitations on its nuclear program in exchange for the removal of some sanctions. This (was) the main thrust of the meeting in Iran ... A CNN poll this month revealed that two-thirds of Americans are opposed to the US ditching the deal.

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