(Worthy News) – The UN’s nuclear watchdog says it has gained access to a second site in Iran where nuclear activities are suspected to have taken place in the past, as agreed with Tehran last month.
“As part of an agreement with Iran to resolve safeguards implementation issues specified by the IAEA, the agency this week conducted complimentary access at the second location in the country and took environmental samples,” the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said in a statement on September 30.
In late August, Iran announced it would allow the IAEA access to two sites following a visit to Tehran by IAEA Director-General Rafael Grossi, ending a standoff between Tehran and the Vienna-based global watchdog. [ Source: RFEL (Read More…) ]
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