VIENNA, March 6 The chief of the U.N. atomic
watchdog said on Monday he was confident following a visit to
Washington of "very good cooperation" with the United States on
Iran's nuclear deal, despite President Donald Trump's hawkish
The 2015 agreement between Iran and major powers restricts
Tehran's nuclear activities in exchange for the lifting of
sanctions against the Islamic Republic, but Trump has called it
"the worst deal ever negotiated" and said he wants to "police
that contract so tough (the Iranians) don't have a chance".
"I am confident that we can have very good cooperation with
the United States in the future," International Atomic Energy
Agency (IAEA) chief Yukiya Amano told a news conference in
Vienna. He met U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in
Washington last Thursday.
(Reporting by Francois Murphy and Shadia Nasralla; Editing by