TEHRAN, Nov 11 (KUNA) -- Iran's Ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Reza Najafi announced Wednesday that the IAEA will release a report on Iran's past nuclear activities - known as the Possible Military Dimensions (PMD) issues, later this month.
"We have taken all measures completely based on the roadmap of cooperation (signed) between Iran and the IAEA and the Agency issued a statement on October 15 and announced that Iran has adopted all measures," Najafi told reporters and quoted by Fars News Agency.
Noting that the IAEA is now busy with compiling the PMD report, he said, "Of course, we will have a conclusion meeting before releasing the report.
"It is predicted that the IAEA report will be released late November," Najafi underscored.
"This stage is important and we predict that the Agency's report will be released and the (PMD) case will be closed late this month," he added.
The IAEA declared on October 15 that Tehran had completed all steps that it needed to take under the roadmap of cooperation that the two sides signed in Vienna in July to resolve Tehran's past and present outstanding issues. (end)