IAEA: Iran stopping inspectors from servicing equipment

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(Worthy News) – Iran violated an agreement allowing inspectors to service monitoring equipment in the country’s nuclear facilities, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) announced Sunday.

Under the terms of the September 12 agreement between the IAEA and Iran, the watchdog agency would be allowed access to monitoring equipment, including cameras, to replace their memory cards.

Initially, Iran permitted inspectors to replace memory cards for a majority of monitoring devices throughout the country’s nuclear facilities. However, IAEA inspectors were not allowed to do so at a centrifuge component workshop in the TESA Karaj location. [ Source: i24 (Read More…) ]

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