Banazadeh made the remarks after the periodic maintenance operations and injection of fresh fuel into Bushehr nuclear power plant on Sunday.
He said that despite all complications and advanced technology used in the power plant, the Iranian experts have gained good capability to repair and maintain it.
"Now we are on the same path with the countries capable of using, repairing and maintaining nuclear power plants," Banazadeh said.
He added that the Bushehr nuclear power plant is under permanent control and monitoring of the relevant internal and international organizations.
In relevant remarks in April, Banazadeh had said that the plant has supplied more than 7.2 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity to the national grid over the past year.
Since coming into operation in 2011, the nuclear plant has generated over 43 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity, he added.
In September 2013, Iran took temporary control of the Bushehr nuclear power plant.
Russia has agreed to provide the power plant’s fuel for 10 years, with the supply deal committing Tehran to returning the spent fuel.
The power plant became officially operational and was connected to Iran’s national grid in September 2011.