Iran allowed IAEA cameras installed at Karaj facility after its preconditions met: Spokesman

Iran allowed IAEA cameras installed at Karaj facility after its preconditions met: Spokesman

The spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) says the country allowed the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to reinstall its monitoring cameras at the TESA Karaj Complex after the UN nuclear watchdog met Tehran’s preconditions.

Behrouz Kamalvandi made the remarks in an interview on Sunday, saying Iran will start technical and security examination of the IAEA’s cameras today and before they are set up at the Karaj facility.

Kamalvandi explained that Iran’s preconditions included technical and security examination of the new IAEA cameras, judicial and security investigations into the dimensions of the June attack against the facility, which damaged the previous cameras, and also the IAEA’s condemnation of such acts of sabotage.

“Iran’s voluntary action to issue a permit to replace those cameras came not in the form of a new agreement, but rather, it came after those three preconditions were met,” he said.

The remarks came days…

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