CNN) — Iran’s envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency said Friday he is hopeful that the recent planned visit by representatives of the nuclear watchdog will “resolve any ambiguity and show (our) transparency and cooperation with the agency.”
“This trip is aimed at neutralizing enemy plots … and baseless allegations, and proving the peaceful nature of our nuclear activities,” Ali Asghar Soltanieh told the state-run Islamic Republican News Agency.
An IAEA team led by chief inspector Herman Nackaerts and the Vienna-based group’s second-in-command, Rafael Grossi, is scheduled to be in Iran from January 29 to January 31.
Nackaerts is traveling at Tehran’s invitation, IRNA reported.
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