Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - International Service: "Rafael Grossi", Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, continued his not very constructive approach against Iran, today (Thursday) called for the world's attention to Iran's nuclear issue.
Grossi claimed in an interview with "Financial Times" magazine that due to the fact that all the world's attention is focused on the Zionist regime's war against the Gaza Strip and Hamas, the world should not underestimate the dangers of Iran's nuclear ambitions.
He further asked the heads of world powers to resume talks with Iran and pay more attention to the dangers of Iran's accumulation of enriched uranium.
The Director General of the Atomic Energy Agency stated: "The dialogue system with Iran must be recreated in some way. Of course, attention may be on something else [the Gaza war]. But this does not solve the [Iran] problem. It may even make it worse due to indifference."
Although Iran has repeatedly emphasized that it will not accept anything more or different from the JCPOA, Grossi claimed that perhaps the talks with Iran need a new framework rather than trying to revive the same 2015 nuclear agreement (JCPOA).
According to the Financial Times, he claimed: "Trying to conclude a nuclear agreement within the JCPOA is useless. You can call it JCPOA again, but it should be JCPOA No. 2 or something else, because it needs to adapt [to the new conditions]."
In this interview, the Director General of the Atomic Energy Agency, claiming that the situation surrounding Iran's nuclear program is "very uncertain", demanded countries to come to the negotiating table and interact with Tehran again.
Grossi also said that other obstacles in the way of nuclear talks with Iran include distraction factors inside different countries, including political conditions, which make some of them unable to fully interact with Tehran.
In the end, he added: "We do not ask anyone to put pressure on Iran, but to interact with us. For the success of this purpose, at least an international consensus is needed that Iran should really cooperate with us.
The Director General of the Atomic Agency had previously claimed that Tehran's extensive cooperation with the agency was insufficient and expressed concern about Iran's nuclear capabilities.