The International Atomic Energy Agency said Tuesday that the new U.S. intelligence report on Iran's nuclear program is in agreement with its previous statements noting that the Agency has no evidence of an ongoing weapons plan or nuclear facilities.

IAEA Direcotr General Mohamed ElBaradei reviewed the latest U.S. report with great interest, according to a statement by the organization. The National Intelligence Estimate report concluded that there has been no on-going nuclear weapons program in Iran since the fall of 2003.

The agency noted that the report agreed with its previous statements that Iran still needs to clarify some important aspects of its past and present nuclear activities. The agency has also maintained that there is no concrete evidence of an ongoing nuclear weapons program or undeclared nuclear facilities in Iran.

ElBaradei called on Iran to increase cooperation with the agency. He urged all parties to enter into negotiations as soon as possible.