Iranian authorities once again accused the Western parties to the nuclear deal of not fulfilling their obligations, at the same time the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran declared that “cameras related to the nuclear deal” are inactive at Iran’s nuclear sites.
Today, Wednesday, September 15, Iranian media reported that Iran’s representative to international organizations in Vienna, Kazem Gharibabadi, said today, Wednesday, in his speech during the meeting of the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency, that the international community should not expect Iran to exercise Restraint and take constructive measures as long as sanctions continue against Tehran.
Gharibabadi addressed his speech to the European countries, saying: I advise these countries not to deceive the public opinion and to fulfill their unfulfilled obligations, because Iran is not “indebted” to them.
Meanwhile, Mohammad Eslami, head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, appeared today before members of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of the Iranian parliament to explain his recent meeting with Rafael Grossi, and said that the cameras related to the nuclear deal are “not active” at the moment at the nuclear sites. Iranian.
Eslami added: “In addition to the commitments that are attached to Iran based on guarantees and which must be transparent in this regard, a number of cameras were installed based on the nuclear agreement, but the other parties did not fulfill their obligations, so there was no need for these cameras.”
Eslami explained that some of these cameras related to the nuclear agreement were damaged by the recent “sabotage operations.” This led to the issuance of two “disruptive and complex” reports.
The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran also said that the goal of his meeting with Grossi in Tehran was “to remove ambiguity and transparency”, because Iran’s nuclear program, it must be completely transparent and “we must not allow us to be accused in the world of secrecy.”
Earlier, Ibrahim Azizi, a member of the Iranian Parliament’s National Security Committee, told Mehr News Agency that Eslami said that no agreement was reached with Grossi during his visit to Iran, and rejected any agreement that contradicts the Parliament’s law.
Rafael Grossi, Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, said, on Monday, during the 4-day meeting of the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency, regarding Iran’s cooperation with the agency, that concerns about Iran’s nuclear program still exist, due to Tehran’s lack of response. To the Agency’s questions over the past two years, and not to allow full access to the monitoring devices on Iran’s nuclear facilities.
Grossi addressed the Board of Governors, saying: “I remain deeply concerned that there is nuclear material at undeclared facilities, and that the IAEA does not know where this material is stored.”
Meanwhile, Grossi referred to his visit to Tehran and described his talks with Islamic Republic officials as “constructive”.
However, the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) pointed to his latest report on Iran, saying that since February 23, when Iran decided to suspend the implementation of the Additional Protocol, the IAEA’s oversight of Iran’s nuclear activities has been “severely weakened”.
Source: Iran Intel