IAEA chief: talks about nuclear inspections in Iran ‘inconclusive’

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VIENNA (dpa-AFX) – The Iranian government has not made any concessions to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in negotiations in Tehran. IAEA chief Rafael Grossi informed the board of governors of his organization in Vienna on Wednesday about his visit to Tehran the day before, which dealt with problems in monitoring Iranian nuclear facilities and open questions about the development of the country’s nuclear program. “Despite all of my efforts, these detailed negotiations and discussions on the unresolved issues of surveillance (…) were inconclusive,” said Grossi.

The IAEA chief brought this news just a few days before a new round of negotiations to save the 2015 Iranian nuclear deal is due to begin in Vienna on Monday. Germany, France, Russia and China mediate between the USA and Iran. Washington pulled out of the pact in 2018, which is supposed to prevent the construction of atomic bombs in Iran. Tehran reacted to new US sanctions by expanding its nuclear program contrary to the agreements and restricting IAEA inspectors. / Al / DP / eas


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