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US News Lead 1-nuclear-Agreement between Iran and the IAEA on Surveillance Cameras

01:05  13 september  2021
01:05  13 september  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Iran-Nucleaire / IAEA (Lead 1): Lead 1-nuclear-Agreement between Iran and the IAEA on the cameras of Surveillance

(Updated with Press Conference of the IAEA Director)

Dubai / Vienna, 12 September (Reuters) - Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have reached an agreement on The maintenance of the surveillance cameras of Iranian nuclear facilities, reviving the hopes of a wider agreement with the West.

The head of the IAEA, Rafael Grosse, concluded this agreement on a last-minute trip to Tehran which he described as "constructive", before a meeting of the Board of Governors of his agency this week, during from which the Western powers threatened to take a resolution criticizing Iran.

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Such a resolution might trigger an escalation likely to threaten the perspective of recovery of discussions between Tehran and the United States on the revival of the Iranian nuclear agreement of 2015, aimed at preventing any will of the Islamic Republic to develop a nuclear weapon.

"This is not a permanent solution, it can not be a permanent solution. It has always been considered, at least for me, (...) as a measure to allow time to diplomacy," said To Journalists Rafael Grosse, back from his trip, at Vienna airport.

"We managed to rectify the most urgent problem," he added.

"The IAEA inspectors have permission to maintain the identified equipment and replace the hard drives", had previously announced the IAEA and the Iranian organization of atomic energy in a joint communiqué .

Nuclear: The IAEA reached an agreement with Iran on Monitoring Equipment

 Nuclear: The IAEA reached an agreement with Iran on Monitoring Equipment © Atomic Energy Organization of Iran / AFP The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), whose Chef Rafael Grossi is Find Tehran, announced that there has been a consent on Sunday with Iran about monitoring the nuclear program, a few days after denounced a lack of cooperation. "The IAEA inspectors have the authorization to intervene to maintain the equipment and replace the hard drives", indicated the UN instance in a joint communiqué with the Iranian organization of atomic energy.

The intervention on the equipment will begin "in a few days", said Rafael Grosse, adding that even the damaged cameras and removed from a centrifugation workshop victim of an assumed sabotage in June would be replaced.

The 2015 Agreement has put in place monitoring of the Iranian nuclear program beyond that provided for in the fundamental legal obligations of IRAN to the IAEA, including the Governing Council of 35 member countries.

Tehran announced in February that he now passed in addition to this surveillance, which covers areas such as the manufacture of coins for centrifuges used to enrich uranium.

The IAEA had informed its members this week that no progress had been recorded on two central issues: explain the traces of uranium found on several old and undeclared sites and obtain urgent access to certain monitoring equipment so that The Agency can continue to follow part of the Iranian nuclear program as provided for by the 2015 Agreement.

Diplomats stated that the United States and their European allies had not yet decided if they would take a resolution against Iran at the meeting of the IAEA Board of Governors, which begins Monday.

"It is clear that a resolution is less likely now", however, has declared a diplomat based in Vienna. (Report of the Office of Dubai and François Murphy in Vienna, French Version Sophie Louet and Benjamin Mallet)

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