Iran made concessions to the IAEA

Raphael Grossi meets with Mohammad Eslami in Tehran

Following the visit of the head of the IAEA to Iran, the Western powers must decide whether to increase pressure on Tehran.

Iran will allow the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to maintain surveillance cameras at its nuclear facilities. This is reported on the site organization on Sunday 12 September.

It is indicated that the agreement was reached during the visit of the IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi to Tehran and his negotiations with the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Mohammad Eslami.

“IAEA inspectors are allowed to maintain the identified equipment and replace their media, which will be stored under the joint IAEA and AEOI seals in the Islamic Republic of Iran,” the two nuclear authorities said in a joint statement.

According to Mohammad Eslami, “Tehran attaches particular importance to building confidence between Iran and the IAEA.”

“We had constructive negotiations, and the problems between us are only of a technical nature,” he is quoted as saying TASS.

Grossi arrived in Tehran ahead of a meeting of the IAEA Board of Governors next week. Following the visit, the Western powers must decide whether to promote a resolution criticizing Iran and increasing pressure on it. This document could threaten the resumption of negotiations on a nuclear deal.

It was previously reported that Iran will no longer transmit information from its nuclear facilities IAEA. The technical agreement on monitoring at Iranian nuclear facilities expired at midnight on June 24.

And this week it became known that uranium enrichment level in Iran sped up and approaches the armory. For this, two cascades are used at the factory in Natanz.

Also Iran increased reserves of enriched up to 60% uranium about four times – from 2.4 kg to 10 kg – over the past three months.

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