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Iran will allow new memory cards to be installed in UN cameras at its sensitive nuclear sites

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Tehran, Sep 12 (AP) Iran’s civilian nuclear program chief Mohammad Islami has said his country will allow UN inspectors to install new memory cards and continue video recordings of surveillance cameras at all sensitive nuclear sites in the country. Islami made the remarks after a meeting with International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director-General Rafael Grossi here on Sunday. Since February, Iran has blocked access to surveillance footage from IAEA inspectors as Tehran’s nuclear deal with the world is broken. from this announcement

Tehran, Sep 12 (AP) Iran’s civilian nuclear program chief Mohammad Islami has said his country will allow UN inspectors to install new memory cards and continue video recordings of surveillance cameras at all sensitive nuclear sites in the country. Islami made the remarks after a meeting with International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director-General Rafael Grossi here on Sunday.

Since February, Iran has blocked access to surveillance footage from IAEA inspectors as Tehran’s nuclear deal with the world is broken.

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The announcement could now give Iran some time to prepare ahead of the IAEA’s board meeting this week.

AP Rajkumar Subhash

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