US threatens escalation with Iran at IAEA next month

US threatens escalation with Iran at IAEA next month


Vienna: If it is in the case where the door is not cooperative, the United States will threaten the International Atomic Energy Agency’s threat to the International Agency in the International Agency next month. .

Tehran locked several brackets with the IAEA, and 35 national committees held a quarterly meeting this week.

Then-president Donald Trump pulled Washington out of the 2015 agreement that lifted sanctions in return for restrictions on Iran’s atomic activities. He re-imposed debilitating sanctions, after which Tehran progressively expanded its nuclear work and reduced cooperation with the IAEA.

Iran is denying the IAEA access to re-install surveillance cameras at a workshop at the TESA Karaj complex. The IAEA also wants answers on the origin of uranium particles found at apparently old but undeclared sites, and says Iran keeps subjecting its inspectors to “excessively invasive physical searches”.

“If Iran’s non-cooperation is not immediately remedied the Board will have no choice but to reconvene in extraordinary session before the end of this year in order to address the crisis,” a U.S. statement to the Board of Governors said.

It indicates that it reinstalls the “especially” of the IAEA camera in the Karaj workshop, which makes it rich in uranium advanced centrifuge parts.

The seminar was obviously destroyed in June, and Iran said it was an attack by its arched enemy Israel.

One of the four IAEA cameras is installed, the lens is missing. Delete all cameras after Iranian incident. Israel did not comment the event.

The chief Rafael Grossi, the primary Rafael Grossi, said on Wednesday, he didn’t know if the workshop was once again, and the time has reached an agreement.

In particular, the board meeting is most likely to be aimed at opposing Iran’s resolutions, this is a diplomatic upgrade against Tehran.

This may endanger the indirect negotiations between Iran and the United States in the restoration of the 2015 transactions, which is due to the resume on Monday.

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