Tehran won't turn on IAEA cameras until nuclear deal is restored


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Tehran won't turn on IAEA cameras until nuclear deal is restored
Iran's nuclear program is "galloping ahead" and the IAEA has very limited visibility on what is happening, Grossi said in an interview published on Friday.
Published: JULY 25, 2022

Iran will not turn on the UN nuclear watchdog's cameras it removed in June until a 2015 nuclear deal is restored, the head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation said on Monday, state media reported. Nuclear chief Mohammad Eslami also said Iran would not agree to address alleged unexplained uranium traces as demanded by the IAEA, adding that the 2015 nuclear deal had cleared Iran of so-called PMD (possible military dimensions) allegations.

In June, the 35-nation Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) overwhelmingly passed a resolution criticizing Iran for failing to explain uranium traces found at three undeclared sites. "The claimed PMD cases and locations were closed under the nuclear accord and if they (West) are sincere, they should know that closed items will not be reopened. The basis of the nuclear accord was a response to these alleged cases," Eslami was quoted by state media as saying.

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