IAEA chief: Our monitoring of Iran’s nuclear program is ‘no longer intact’

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(Worthy News) – The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said that Iranian non-cooperation means that the organization’s ongoing oversight of the country’s nuclear program is “no longer intact” in an interview with NBC News aired Saturday.

While Iran has not allowed snap inspections for months, a requirement of the 2015 nuclear deal known as the JCPOA, IAEA head Rafael Grossi received permission in September to change the batteries and memory cards in cameras permanently placed in Iran’s nuclear facilities. The mechanical monitors have enabled a continuous record of sorts to be kept, even though Tehran insisted on sealing away the full memory cards instead of allowing them to be reviewed.

However, the Iranians refused the IAEA access to one of its key centrifuge assembly plants, citing an ongoing investigation of an attack on the site. [ Source: World Israel News (Read More…) ]

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