(Worthy News) – International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief Rafael Grossi warned on Friday that Iran’s nuclear program is “galloping ahead” and his agency has very limited visibility on what is happening.
“The bottom line is that for almost five weeks I have had very limited visibility, with a nuclear program that is galloping ahead and, therefore, if there is an agreement, it is going to be very difficult for me to reconstruct the puzzle of this whole period of forced blindness,” Grossi told the Spanish newspaper El Pais, as quoted by i24NEWS.
“It is not impossible, but it is going to require a very complex task and perhaps some specific agreements,” said Grossi. [ Source (Read More…) ]
Iran will keep IAEA cameras turned off until nuclear deal is restored
Iran will keep the UN nuclear watchdog’s cameras turned off until the nuclear deal is restored, the head of the country’s Atomic Energy Organization said on Monday, the semi-official Tasnim news agency reported.
Tehran informed the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that it had removed IAEA equipment, including 27 cameras installed under the 2015 pact, after the agency passed a resolution criticizing Tehran in June.
“We will not turn on the IAEA cameras until the other side returns to the nuclear deal,” Mohammad Eslami said, according to Reuters. [ Source: i24 (Read More…) ]
If you are interested in articles produced by Worthy News, please check out our FREE sydication service available to churches or online Christian ministries. To find out more, visit Worthy Plugins.