Regime in Iran fails to fully honor agreement on monitoring equipment, IAEA says


The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said on Sunday that Iran has failed to fully honor the terms of a deal struck with the UN nuclear watchdog two weeks ago.

According to the International Atomic Energy Agency, the Islamic Republic of Iran has allowed IAEA inspectors to replace memory cards in most equipment, Reuters reported.  But it did not allow that to happen at a workshop that makes centrifuge components at the TESA Karaj complex, watchdog added.

Rafael Grossi, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), emphasized that “the Iranian regime’s decision not to allow the IAEA access to the centrifuge plant at the TESA Assembly in Karaj, is contrary to the terms agreed in a joint statement issued by Iran and the IAEA on September 12.”

During Grossi’s visit to Tehran on Sunday, September 12, the two sides agreed that IAEA inspectors would travel to Iran to service equipment and replace surveillance camera memory cards at the nuclear facility. At the Vienna airport, Grossi said implementation of the recent agreement would begin “very soon” and in the “next few days”, so that the agency would be able to “retain necessary information”.

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