The unexpected decision came on Wednesday as Iranian nuclear talks in Vienna are slipping and Westerners have stepped up criticism and criticism of Tehran.
Intended to revive a moribund agreement since the spectacular departure of the United States in 2018, these negotiations resumed on November 29 in the Austrian capital between Iran, Russia, Germany, Great Britain, France and China.
IAEA new cameras to replace those damaged during a sabotage operation “,” text “:” Iran allows the installation by the IAEA of new cameras to replace those damaged during a sabotage operation “}}” >Iran allows installation byIAEA new cameras to replace those damaged during a sabotage operation against the Karaj nuclear site, announced the Nournews agency, considered to be close to the National Security Council, Iran’s highest security body.
In a press release, thefollowing an agreement reached on Wednesday between the secretary general of, L’ IAEA Rafael Mariano Grossi and the head of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization (OIEA) Mohammad Eslami IAEA was going to install
new surveillance cameras soon at the Karaj site, which manufactures centrifuges.
These cameras were damaged on June 23, according to Iran, which then claimed to have foiled an operation of
sabotage Israel against a building of its Atomic Energy Organization (OIEA), in Tesa. An investigation had been opened, the country said.
This is an important development for the IAEA’s verification and monitoring work. I sincerely hope that we will continue our constructive discussions to resolve all outstanding safeguards issues in Iran., said Mr. Grossi.
For its part, Iran has put forward a
goodwill gesture, aiming to
put an end to misunderstandings in its relations with the IAEA, according to all Iranian agencies.
After the end of the security investigation into the damaged cameras, as well as the Agency’s decision to condemn the sabotage in the Tesa complex and to accept the technical inspection of the cameras by Iranian experts before their installation, Iran has cleared agency to replace damaged cameras with new onesIranian agencies said.
The Nournews agency recalls that by virtue of a law passed by the Iranian Parliament,OIEA, in Iran “,” text “:” the images recorded by the new cameras will not be provided to the IAEA as was the case for the images from the previous cameras and will remain with the OIEA, in Iran “}} “>the images recorded by the new cameras will not be provided to the IAEA as was the case for the images from the previous cameras and will remain with the. OIEA, in Iran
The Islamic Republic of Iran has repeatedly accused or suspected Israel, its sworn enemy, of sabotaging some of its nuclear facilities. Israel for its part has accused Iran for years of seeking to acquire nuclear weapons, which Tehran denies.
On November 23, the IAEA Director General visited Tehran to try to resolve the issue of surveillance cameras, stressing that it was
a very, very important question.
He had stated that the non-replacement of the four damaged cameras
seriously affected the monitoring capacity (of the activities of the Tesa site), which is essential for a return to the nuclear agreement.