The International Atomic Energy Agency once again confirms Iran’s commitment to the JCPOA.
Iran is to host the 24th annual meeting of the Forum of the State Nuclear Safety Authorities of the Countries Operating WWER Type Reactors on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The JCPOA saw Iran and the US hold high-level diplomatic parleys for the first time since the 1979 Islamic Revolution, but those exchanges did not go beyond the purview of the nuclear issue.
Iran and the European Union will soon start the construction of an advanced nuclear safety center in the country.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif calls on the US to honor is obligations under Iran’s historic nuclear deal.
The seventh meeting of the Iran-P5+1 Joint Commission, which monitors the implementation of the JCPOA, is held in Vienna.
Iran’s top nuclear official says the US will be “explicitly” violating a multilateral nuclear deal with Iran if it refuses to extend sanctions relief for Iran on May 19.
A senior Iranian official has dismissed the latest allegations by MKO terrorist group that Tehran is seeking to develop a nuclear military site.
A senior Iranian official says the Islamic Republic has lived up to its commitments under the JCPOA.
Iran and China sign the final version of a contract to redesign and modernize the Arak heavy water reactor in central Iran.
Beijing says the contracts due to be signed between Iranian and Chinese firms on redesigning the Arak nuclear reactor are an important part of the 2015 nuclear deal.
Iran and the European Commission sign their first-ever project for nuclear safety cooperation within the JCPOA framework.
Iran’s nuclear chief says the country is to produce about 40 tons of uranium this year, more than half of the total amount yielded over the preceding years.
The Iranian chief executive lifts the curtain off the accomplishments made by the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran on National Nuclear Technology Day.
The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran says the country’s nuclear achievements have doubled in the last year.
Janos Lazar, the chief of staff of Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban, says Budapest is preparing to cooperate with Tehran over the joint construction of a small nuclear plant.
The Iranian FM says Tehran is ready to resume its pre-JCPOA nuclear activities if Washington fails to honor its obligations under the nuclear deal.
EU foreign policy chief has ruled out the possibility of renegotiating Iran’s nuclear deal with the P5+1 group of countries.
Iran says the JCPOA imposes no obligation on Iran to ship its excess heavy water abroad.
Iran says Israel has hired hit men to assassinate nuclear scientists all over the Middle East and continues to receive nuclear cooperation from certain countries nevertheless.
Iran says parties to the JCPOA must refrain from taking measures that would undermine the deal.
The Iranian ambassador to the UN says the IAEA must continue its key role in developing sciences related to peaceful nuclear applications.
The UN nuclear agency once again verifies Iran’s adherence to its commitments under the JCPOA.
The high-level event is underway in Brussels, with senior Iranian and European officials in attendance.
Iran's nuclear chief says the country plans to buy 950 tonnes of yellowcake from Kazakhstan over the next three years.
The IAEA reaffirms that Iran has lived up to its commitments under the 2015 nuclear agreement.
Iran is considering requests from some European states to buy heavy water from the Islamic Republic.
The IAEA director general once again confirms that Iran remains committed to its obligations under the JCPOA.
Iran’s AEOI says the country’s new IR-8 centrifuge will increase its enrichment capacity 20 times.
A senior Iranian lawmaker says any US move to leak confidential documents on the JCPOA will harm the IAEA, not Iran.
Russia says there should be no concerns over the implementation of Iran’s historic nuclear deal as it was precisely devised.
The EU foreign policy chief says the US administration gave her confidence that Washington was committed to implementing the JCPOA.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi and his Russian counterpart Sergei Ryabkov discussed a nuclear deal and the Syria conflict in a five-hour meeting in Moscow on Thursday.
Iran imports the final consignment of a 149-tonne shipment of uranium from Russia.
Iran’s top nuclear official says a series of post-JCPOA nuclear achievements will be unveiled in April.
Iran will receive the final batch of a shipment of 149 tons of natural uranium on Tuesday, says the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran.
Iran never stopped the enrichment of uranium even for one day, says the head of Iran’s JCPOA follow-up committee.
A top Iranian official says all parties to Iran’s nuclear deal should carry out their obligations under the agreement.
French President Francois Hollande tells US President Donald Trump to respect Iran’s historic nuclear deal.
The AEOI says Iran has started injecting UF6 into advanced domestically-manufactured IR-8 centrifuge machines.
The French foreign minister will reaffirm Europe’s commitment to Iran’s nuclear deal amid Trump’s threats to abrogate the agreement.
The IAEA chief vows to use the agency’s verification expertise to help make the JCPOA sustainable.
Iran says it has reached an agreement with Russia on a roadmap for joint cooperation in the area of nuclear fuel production.
A senior Iranian official says the Islamic Republic is playing a more influential role in the international arena thanks to the 2015 nuclear accord.
Iran’s nuclear chief says Tehran will “act appropriately” if US President Donald Trump chooses to “tear up” nuclear deal.
The UN's Jeffrey Fletman describes the Iran nuclear deal as “a good example of how multilateral diplomacy, political will and perseverance can resolve the most complex issues.”
The European Union will protect and preserve” Iran’s historic nuclear deal with the P5+1 group of countries, says EU foreign policy chief.
China says all parties to the JCPOA should continue to earnestly carry out their obligations under the nuclear agreement.
The IAEA confirms Iran’s removal of 'excess centrifuges and infrastructure' from its Fordo enrichment facility under the JCPOA.
An Iranian deputy foreign minister says Tehran will not allow the reopening of any new nuclear case against the country.
The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) says the country is soon to receive as much as 130 tons of uranium from abroad.
JCPOA Joint Commission addresses Iranian concerns on the extension of the US Iran Sanctions Act, viewed by Tehran as a violation of the 2015 nuclear deal.
Iran explains Washington’s violations of JCPOA to a Joint Commission tasked with monitoring the implementation of the historic nuclear deal.
A senior Iranian nuclear negotiator urges the adoption of strategies to effectively compensate for the US violation of the JCPOA .
Deputies and political directors from Iran and the P5+1 states will attend the meeting, which will focus on US violations of the 2015 nuclear deal.
Violations of the historic nuclear deal between Tehran and the P5+1 group of countries will not be tolerated, says Iran.
Russian will host a meeting in New York in mid-January to discuss the JCPOA achievements.
Thirty-seven top scientists urge the incoming president to abide by the nuclear agreement with Iran.
Iran expresses readiness to share nuclear know-how with regional countries.
Iran and the P5+1 group of countries release some previously restricted documents about the JCPOA.
Iran and the P5+1 group of countries will meet in Vienna in January to address the US renewal of the Iran Sanctions Act (ISA).
Amano says the UN nuclear watchdog is “satisfied” by Iran’s commitment to its obligations under the nuclear deal with six powers.
The trip comes as the IAEA has repeatedly confirmed Iran’s full commitment to the nuclear accord.
A US, Russia faceoff will become inevitable if President-elect Donald Trump decides to scrap Iran’s nuclear deal, says EU foreign policy chief.
A senior Iranian official says Tehran has a contingency plan to respond to JCPOA violations.
An International Atomic Energy Agency report confirms Iran’s commitments to last year's nuclear agreement.
Iranian nuclear chief voices Tehran’s strong protest at a US Senate vote on the extension an anti-Iran sanctions law in talks with the US energy secretary.
The US Congress re-imposition of sanctions against Iran shows the American “black and white” mode of thinking.
Iran’s top nuclear official says Tehran is fully prepared to respond to the US Senate's decision to extend the Iran Sanctions Act.
Iran’s top nuclear official says the country is ready to respond if the US violates the JCPOA by renewing sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
The warning comes after the US House of Representatives voted for a 10-year extension of the Iran Sanctions Act, which was initially adopted in 1996.
The AEOI head says Iran has transferred 11 tonnes of heavy water to Oman as part of its obligations under the JCPOA.
Iran's Atomic Energy Organization says an amount of surplus heavy water has been sent to Oman.
An Iranian lawmaker says the administration of President Rouhani should be ready to respond in kind to any potential breach of a nuclear deal by the US.
French Foreign Minister Ayrault and Iranian Deputy FM Takht-e Ravanchi stressed the importance of full commitment to the provisions of the deal in a Friday meeting.
The Iranian envoy to the IAEA says the West’s double standards on Israel’s nukes risk Middle East security and the NPT.
A senior Iranian nuclear official says Tehran has remained committed to its obligations on heavy water stockpiles under the JCPOA.
Iran says continues to honor its commitments under the nuclear agreement with world powers.
A senior Iranian official warns the US against reneging on its commitments with regard to the JCPOA.
The Iran Sanctions Act (ISA) will expire at the end of 2016 if it is not renewed. The bill must be passed by the Senate before being signed by the US president into law.
US President-elect Donald Trump will not scrap Iran’s nuclear agreement, says French President Francois Hollande.
Ever since the deal was struck, its opponents in US Congress have been threatening that a future US administration opposed to the agreement would scrap it.
Iran’s IAEA envoy says the agency has once again confirmed Tehran’s commitment to the JCPOA.
The 2011 Stuxnet cyber attack targeting the Iranian nuclear energy program worked against its intended objectives, says Iran’s nuclear chief.
The firms have demanded several tons of Iranian heavy water, says Behrouz Kamalvandi, the spokesman for Iran’s nuclear agency.
The Republican-controlled US House is reportedly set to renew anti-Iran sanctions for another 10 years.
The procrastination of certain parties to the nuclear deal is hindering Iran’s utilization of its full benefits, says Iranian deputy foreign minister.
The US Treasury Department removes a blanket ban on foreign transactions with Iranian firms.
The IAEA chief says the JCPOA implementation is still fragile, warning that small failures can have grave consequences.
The AEOI head says Iran has sold 32 tons of heavy water to the US and delivered 38 tons to Russia.
Director-general of the International Atomic Energy Agency says Iran’s has implemented the JCPOA “to the letter.”