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International Atomic Energy Agency's (IAEA) board of Governors will have a 'heated debates' on Iran and North Korea nuclear programs today.

Russia's Permanent envoy to IAEA in Vienna, Mikhail Ulyanov said on Sunday that Iran and North Korea will dominate the agenda with the issues expected to trigger "heated debates

"A session of the Board of Governors of IAEA will be held in Vienna on Monday. Along with topics related to peaceful uses of atomic energy the Board will discuss the 'nuclear dossier' of Iran, Syria and North Korea which, as always, may cause heated debates," Ulyanov wrote on Twitter, Urdu point reported.

The IAEA Board of Governors will gather at the agency's headquarters in the Austrian capital on Monday.

The meeting is supposed to discuss the IAEA Annual Report for 2018, verification and monitoring of Iran's nuclear program, application of safeguards in North Korea and implementation of the nonproliferation safeguards agreement in Syria.

The latest IAEA report on June 1 has once again confirmed the peaceful nature of Iran's civilian nuclear activities, and the fact that Iran continues to comply with the Joint Comprehensive Plane of Action (JCPOA).

In its latest seasonal report, the UN nuclear monitoring agency says Iran continues to comply with the JCPOA, and its stockpiles of low-enriched uranium and heavy water are still within limits set by the landmark nuclear agreement.

In its latest seasonal report, the UN nuclear monitoring agency says Iran continues to comply with the JCPOA, and its stockpiles of low-enriched uranium and heavy water are still within limits set by the landmark nuclear agreement.

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