However, the recorded video will not be provided to the IAEA. Its inspections will still be restricted, making it difficult for the U.N. nuclear watchdog to grasp the complete picture of Iran's nuclear development, AEOI chief Mohammad Eslami said.
A joint statement issued after the talks, which Eslami called "good and constructive," said IAEA inspectors are "permitted to service the identified equipment and replace their storage media," thus allowing recording to continue.
But the surveillance camera memory cards "will be kept under the joint IAEA and AEOI seals in the Islamic Republic of Iran," it said.
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