IRAN TO LET IAEA SERVICE NUCLEAR MONITORING CAMERAS FOLLOWING TALKS

IRAN IS to allow the UN nuclear watchdog to service monitoring cameras at Iranian nuclear sites  after talks on Sunday with IAEA head Rafel Grosii, according to the head of Iran’s atomic energy body and a joint statement .

The talks with International Atomic Energy Agency chief Grossi were aimed at easing a standoff between Tehran and the West just as it threatens to escalate and scupper negotiations on reviving the Iran nuclear deal.

The IAEA said this week that there had been no progress on two keys : explain uranium traces found at old , undeclared sites and getting urgent access to monitoring equipment so the agency can continue to keep track of parts of Iran’s nuclear programme  as per the 2015 deal.

“We agreed over the replacement of the memory cards of the agency’s cameras,” Mohammad Eslami ,who heads the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran.

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