The embargoed report by IAEA Director-General Mohamed ElBaradei, "Implementation of the NPT Safeguards Agreement in the Islamic Republic of Iran," is available in full text by clicking here.
The report "provides an update on the developments that have taken place since November 2005, and an update of the Agency’s September 2005 overall assessment, in connection with the implementation of the NPT Safeguards Agreement in Iran and on the Agency’s verification of Iran’s voluntary suspension of enrichment related and reprocessing activities."
In the Current Overall Assessment section, ElBaradei writes that after even after three years of intensive Agency verification, the IAEA still cannot conclude that there are no undeclared nuclear materials or activities in Iran.
"Without full transparency that extends beyond the formal legal requirements of the Safeguards Agreement and Additional Protocol - transparency that could only be achieved through Iran’s active cooperation - the Agency’s ability to reconstruct the history of Iran's past programme and to verify the correctness and completeness of the statements made by Iran, particularly with regard to its centrifuge enrichment programme, will be limited, and questions about the past and current direction of Iran's nuclear programme will continue to be raised."
UPDATE - Another important fact in the report: The uranium conversion campaign which was begun at UCF in November 2005 is continuing and is now expected to end in April 2006. Since September 2005, approximately 85 metric tons of UF6 has been produced at UCF.