Iranian Ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Ali Asghar Soltanieh said Thursday on the Board of Governors in Vienna that Iran's nuclear programs were for peaceful use.
He said Iran "has no questions left unanswered to the agency" and the agency found no evidence which could prove that Iran's unclear activities were for military use.
Soltanieh said Iran would keep cooperating with the IAEA and believed "if there is a political will, there will be a solution."
However, he said Iran would not give up its uranium enrichment activity.
In response to the criticism of some western countries especially the United States about Iran's military-related nuclear research, Soltanieh pointed out that the criticism were only conjectures.
He said Iran is a responsible country and its nuclear activities are under the framework of its laws. The nuclear activities of Iran are completely transparent, he added.
The IAEA Board of Governors is held in Vienna from Monday to Friday. Besides the annually reports of IAEA, the Iran issue was one of the most important topics of the conference.
Germany, France and Britain again called for Iran's cooperation with the IAEA of handing in all required information in order to clarify the nature of its nuclear activities.
(Xinhua News Agency June 6, 2008)