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The head of the United Nations nuclear watchdog agency, Rafael Mariano Grossi, met with Iranian officials in Tehran on Saturday as talks in Vienna on the nuclear deal between Iran and the West reach their final phase.


Iran focuses on neutralizing US pressure measures.

The director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) met in the Iranian capital with Mohamad Eslami, head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI), among other officials on his third visit to the Persian country.

At a joint press conference, Grossi commented: "We have decided to examine the issues in a pragmatic way (...), in depth, but also with the clear intention of reaching (...) a result."

"We have come to the conclusion that Iran and the IAEA exchange documents at the latest in 'jordad' (Iranian month starting on May 22), to resolve these issues (...) as planned in the negotiations in Vienna," Eslami said for his part.

The head of Iran's nuclear body says he is optimistic about resolving pending issues with the IAEA, but hopes that the cooperation will not be politicized.

“Political influence and lobbying should not affect IAEA decisions. Iran and the IAEA must conduct their affairs in a completely professional manner," Eslami said.

For his part, the AEOI spokesman, Behrouz Kamlavandi, has said that “general issues between us and the agency regarding how to address various issues in the future are expected to be reviewed. God willing, there will be an understanding."

Regarding the threats of the Israeli authorities with the military option in the face of the Iranian nuclear program, Eslami has assured that these threats do not work with Iran and will not lead anywhere either.

The Argentine Grossi also met with the Iranian Foreign Minister, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, shortly after having met with the president of the Iranian organization of atomic energy.

The visit comes as talks in Vienna between Iran and the P4+1 group of countries aimed at reviving the 2015 deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), are drawing to a close.

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