Iran—Deal Reached To Mitigate End Of Snap Inspections, IAEA Says

Reuters | 02/22/2021

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) says it has reached a deal with Iran to soften the affect of the Iranian government's plan to end unscheduled inspections of undeclared nuclear sites, reports Reuters. On Sunday, IAEA chief Rafael Grossi said he had reached an agreement with Tehran to keep "necessary" monitoring in place for three months. Grossi confirmed that Iran intended to move forward with its plan to end implementation of the Additional Protocol, which gives the IAEA...
 

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