During his talks with the IAEA Director General Mohamed El Baradei, Mr. Kharrazi stressed, "Iran aimed its efforts at developing bilateral and mutual trust" in its relations with the IAEA, the press service of Iranian Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday.
According to Mr. Kharrazi, Iran hopes that being an independent organization, the IAEA will report that Iranian nuclear programs are for civil purposes. He also underlined that Iran is set to continue its cooperation with the IAEA.
During the meeting, Mr. El Baradei praised the level of interaction between Iran and the IAEA. He was also satisfied with the results of the inspections of the Iranian nuclear facilities that agency experts made.
The IAEA head arrived in Iran on Tuesday on a one-day visit. During of his visit, Mr. El Baradei held talks with President Mohammad Khatami, the vice president of Iran, Head of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization Gholam-Reza Agazade and Secretary of the Supreme Security Council Hasan Rowhani. On Wednesday, Mr. El Baradei completed his visit to Iran.