Germany, France and Britain urged Iran to cooperate with IAEA
The foreign Ministers of Germany, France and the UK urged Iran to promptly and fully cooperate with the IAEA and grant access to sites, as required by the organization, said in a statement after the end of the meeting of Ministers in Berlin.
"The E3 initiative at the last meeting of the IAEA Board of governors was adopted by a large majority resolution. We thank the IAEA for its work on the validation of the obligations of Iran in regard to safeguards and urge Iran promptly and fully cooperate with the IAEA and grant access to sites, as required by the organization", - reads the statement of the Ministers.
The statement stressed that "eurotroika" with "great concern" noted that Iran for many months prevents the required access by IAEA inspectors, thus the organization is unable to implement its mandate. "Global control system may suffer significant harm" if this question is "no progress", - said in a statement.
"Together we are uniquely expressed regret and concern about the U.S.'s decision to withdraw from the AGREEMENT and re-impose sanctions against Iran", - stated in the text. The parties stressed that "eurotroika" continued to comply with its obligations under the transaction after the US withdrawal from the agreement.
Russia's permanent representative to international organizations in Vienna Mikhail Ulyanov said earlier that Russia sees no indication that Iran currently has nuclear activities at two sites to which the IAEA resolution.