Iran Allows IAEA To Reinstall Cameras At Karaj Nuclear Facility

Iran Allows IAEA To Reinstall Cameras At Karaj Nuclear Facility

Andrew H. Sweet

On Wednesday, Iran said it "voluntarily" agreed to grant access to the global nuclear watchdog to prevent misunderstandings, according to a report by Nournews, an outlet close to Iran's security forces.

As per a law passed by the hardline Iranian parliament, the IAEA will not have access to the recordings from the cameras, which will be installed "after technical reviews by Iranian experts."

Since February 2021, Iran has stopped the voluntary implementation of the Addition Protocol. This document provided the IAEA with extended monitoring capabilities as part of the country's 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.

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