IAEA concerned about Iran's lack of cooperation with inspectors

The head of an international nuclear watchdog has expressed concerns about the lack of cooperation that Iran has been showing, with regard to inspections.

International Atomic Energy Agency Director General Rafael Grossi released a statement on Monday about undeclared nuclear material that was found at multiple locations in Iran.

He said that the "Agency is not in a position to provide assurance that Iran's nuclear program is exclusively peaceful."

He added that he really hopes "Iran will start cooperating" as soon as possible.

But, Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesperson Nasser Kanaani said that his country has cooperated with the nuclear probes. He said, "We are of the opinion that any repetition of any unconstructive measures, like the previous unconstructive measure by the IAEA, will again have an unconstructive result."

Germany, France and Britain said in a statement that they have serious doubts about Iran's intention to revive the nuclear deal.