Iran Nuclear Sites: Iran will allow UN inspectors to continue video recording and install memory cards in cameras at sensitive nuclear sites in the country.
Mohamed Islami and Rafael Grossi (Mohammad Eslami-Rafael Grossi)
Iran Will Allow UN To Service Nuclear Monitoring Cameras: Iran has agreed to allow the United Nations to insert new memory cards into surveillance cameras at nuclear sites to continue recording video. Mohammad Islami, the head of Iran’s civilian nuclear program, said his country would allow UN inspectors to insert new memory cards into surveillance cameras at all sensitive nuclear sites in the country and continue video recording there.
Islami said this after a meeting with International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director-General Rafael Grossi on Sunday. Since February, Iran has banned IAEA inspectors from accessing surveillance footage because Tehran’s nuclear deal with the world has been broken (Iran Nuclear Deal Update). This announcement may now give Iran some time to prepare before the IAEA board meeting this week.
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This is Grossi’s first visit to Iran since Ibrahim Raisi became president. Talks have been going on since June on the matter of limiting Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for easing sanctions. Raisi took over as the President in August. Earlier it was told that two major issues are being discussed in this dialogue, including the removal of sanctions imposed by former US President Donald Trump and the re-imposition of sanctions on Iran’s nuclear program.
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