All 15 British sailors captured by Iranian forces confessed to illegally entering Iranian waters, the state television reported on Monday.
"All of the captured sailors and marines have already confessed their illegal entry of the Iranian territorial waters," a newsreader read the report without giving any source or details of it.
"All the evidence, including the GPS carried by the British sailors and also the frank confessions of all 15 people, shows that they have entered Iran's territorial waters without Iran's permission," the report added.
On Monday, the semi-official ISNA news agency also reported that the 15 British sailors had admitted in details to camera on their illegal entry issue.
"But due to the positive changes in the past two days by the British government, the television will not broadcast the interviews," said the report.
However, the report didn't elaborate what "positive changes" are, but an unnamed British official said that his country had agreed to discuss with Tehran to avoid disputes in contested waters in Gulf Region in the future.
Iran's tension with Britain has escalated a lot since Tehran aired three footage of the detained sailors and the large-scale protest against British embassy Sunday by the Islamist students.
In the latest video footage released Sunday, two seized British naval personnel have admitted to illegally entered Iranian waters.