Referring to the report in which non-compliance of centrifuges or the presence of particles was declared, Eslami said that the case was resolved after the IAEA inspectors' investigations.
The investigations revealed that there was no specific deviation, according to the AEOI chief.
"These accusations have been raised for 20 years and the negotiations have turned into the JCPOA document," adding that the reason for signing the JCPOA was such accusations.
Referring to the visit of the IAEA chief to Tehran in the coming days, Mohammad Eslami noted that Rafael Grossi's visit to Iran can help the JCPOA revival talks’ process.
Eslami also rejected the agency's report about the vagueness of Iran's actions and said that such an issue was mentioned in the report.
Regarding the IAEA's safeguard claims, he cited several meetings to clarify Iran's answers. Iran has presented its answer in several hundred pages, according to Iran’s nuclear chief.
Meanwhile, various Iranian media outlets reported that Grossi will arrive in Tehran on Friday and will meet Eslami on Saturday. He will leave Tehran for Vienna on Saturday evening.