However, they will only be able to do maintenance and will not collect the data.
“From day one, I have had a firm and fair approach to Iran,” the IAEA director general, Argentine diplomat Rafael Grossi, said in Vienna, after being consulted about hardening his position, according to the news agency. AFP.
Grossi insisted on his concern regarding four undeclared sites in which the presence of nuclear material was detected, something about which he aspires to have “a very clear conversation” with the new Iranian government, on his next visit to Tehran, the capital of Iran. .
The conservative Iranian press received this Monday with satisfaction that the IAEA still does not have access to the memory cards of these cameras, as is the case of the local media Vatan-é Emrouz and Javan, in which they mentioned the agreement with headlines such as “ Eyes wide shut ”and“ Iran has not revealed its secrets to the body, ”respectively.
The negotiation of the IAEA surveillance cameras, images that the Iranian government has refused to provide since last February, is part of broader negotiations to try to save the agreement signed in 2015 by Iran, Germany, France, United Kingdom, China, Russia and the United States, to limit Iran’s nuclear development in exchange for the lifting of sanctions from the international community.
The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) that was virtually obsolete in 2018, when Washington withdrew on the order of then-President Donald Trump, who re-imposed sanctions and, gradually, Iran resumed its uranium enrichment policy.