EU, US urge Iran to let nuclear watchdog access site allegedly struck by Israel


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(Worthy News) – The and on Monday urged to allow inspectors access to a site, while Tehran argued the facility was exempt from a recent agreement with the watchdog.

The Vienna-based () said on Sunday that it had been denied “indispensable” access to the TESA Karaj centrifuge component manufacturing workshop near Tehran, contrary to a September 12 agreement with Iran.

The facility was the site of a sabotage incident in June, which Iran blamed on . Without disclosing details, Iranian authorities acknowledged that the alleged strike had damaged the building. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More…) ]

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