In addition, Iran has agreed to allow inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the UN ATOM`s supervisory authority, among others, access to its nuclear facilities. The IAEA has repeatedly stated that Iran is complying with the terms of the pact. In May 2018, a broad consensus was reached that Iran is complying with the agreement. As part of the agreement, Iran agreed to limit its sensitive nuclear activities and allow international inspectors in exchange for the lifting of crippling economic sanctions. Following the revelations of an Iranian group in exile in 2002, Iran was suspected of having nuclear facilities. Following inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and subsequent discoveries, Iran continued its nuclear development despite international opposition. In 2006, the United Nations imposed sanctions on Iran, followed by similar measures taken by the United States and the EU. Fierce clashes then broke out between Iran and world powers. In February 2006, Tehran halted the voluntary implementation of the additional protocol and resumed enrichment in Natanz. The IAEA Governing Council then voted in favour of notifying the UN Security Council of the Iranian case. On 15 March, the UNSC issued a statement from the President calling on Iran to cooperate with the IAEA.
 Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad responded with a speech in April on Iran`s possession of a second uranium enrichment plant with P-2 centrifuges.  In June, the EU-3, along with the United States, China and Russia (P5-1), proposed to Tehran to provide Tehran with advanced civilian nuclear technology if Iran suspended its enrichment activities and resumed the implementation of the additional protocol.  Iran responded to this proposal in a letter to President George W. Bush, who made only a brief reference to the nuclear issue and did not respond to requests from the international community.  In response to Iran`s distrust, the UNSC unanimously adopted Resolution 1696 in July calling on Iran to suspend its enrichment activities, prohibit the international transfer of nuclear and missile technologies to Iran, and freeze the foreign assets of twelve individuals and entities involved in Iran`s nuclear program.  President Ahmadinejad promised to ignore the UN Security Council resolution and continue enrichment.  In the same month, Iran opened a heavy water production plant in Arak, which led to another UNSC resolution.  As with Resolution 1696, Iran ignored Resolution 1737 and continued to operate and expand its Natanz enrichment plant.  In January 2016, the IAEA certified that Iran had complied with the provisional requirements of the nuclear agreement, including the offline inclusion of thousands of centrifuges, the futility of the Arak heavy water reactor and the sale of low-enriched surplus uranium to Russia. The reactions of international communities and experts to Mr.
Netanyahu`s presentation were largely repugnant about their computerizing value and suspect that the timing and theatricality of the event should prompt President Trump to withdraw from the JCPOA.  Iran immediately backed down: Iranian Brigadier General Amir Hatami, Minister of Defense, responded to the Israeli accusations as “baseless and baseless… “Propaganda show,” while Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif called Netanyahu “a boy who can`t stop crying the wolf.”  The IAEA also issued a statement in which it reiterated that “the Agency does not have credible evidence of activities in Iran that were relevant to the development of a nuclear device after 2009.  White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said on May 1, 2018 that the United States had discussed the introduction of the presentation with Israel, suggesting some coordination between the two governments.