Iran on Sunday agreed to allow international inspectors to install and record new memory cards on UN cameras to monitor its sensitive nuclear facilities. Its nuclear program chief Mohammad Islami gave this information.
He made the announcement after a meeting in Tehran with Rafael Grossi, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Grossi said I am happy to say that we were able to reach a positive result.
Islami described the talks between Iran and the IAEA as "very technical" and said there was no room for politics. Islami said memory cards are regularly kept sealed in Iran. New memory cards will be inserted into the cameras. It is under regular schedule and agency monitoring.
Monitoring has stopped since February
Monitoring of these bases of Iran has stopped since February last year. A board meeting of the IAEA is to be held this week, in which Western countries will decide on Iran. In view of Iran's non-cooperation, the decision is expected to be tough. That's why he had to give some relaxation.