IAEA Director General Mohamed ElBaradei said on Thursday night that Iran is not considered as a nuclear threat to the world.
In an interview with Al-Arabia television network, he said the country poses no nuclear threats to any country around the globe.
Iran's problems should be resolved through comprehensive talks with all parties, he underlined.
Military conflict does not help resolve the issue, he said, adding that it only will lead to a regional catastrophe and will make the situation more complicated.
UNSC resolution only conveys a message that the international community is concerned about Iran's goals and calls for confidence building between the two sides, he said.
There is no doubt that the issue should be merely resolved through dialogue, he said.
The international community should differentiate between technical duty of IAEA and political evaluations of UNSC, he pointed out.
"Although we declared that there is no evidence of existence of nuclear weapons in Iraq but they did not give us enough chance to accomplish our task and ignited the war," he said.
"On Iran's case, we hope that the international community will listen to our words and provide chances to help resolve the issue through dialogue," he said.