But in two confidential reports to member states seen by Reuters, the IAEA said Iran had still not granted its inspectors the access it promised two months ago to re-install surveillance cameras at a workshop that was the victim of apparent sabotage in June. Iran blames Israel for the attack. read more
That deal with major powers lifted sanctions against Tehran in exchange for restrictions on Iran’s nuclear activities. Washington pulled out under then-President Donald Trump in 2018, prompting Iran to breach many of the restrictions. read more
TESA Karaj was one of several sites where Iran agreed on Sept. 12 to grant IAEA inspectors access to service monitoring equipment and replace memory cards due to fill up with camera footage and other data. Access was granted at the other sites.
Reporting by Francois Murphy Editing by Peter Graff and Gareth Jones