IAEA: Negotiations with Iran have reached a dead end

IAEA: Negotiations with Iran have reached a dead end

With the failure to resolve many outstanding files, the Director of the Atomic Agency, Rafael Grossi, announced that

the negotiations with Iran from In order to revive the nuclear agreement, it has reached a dead end.

He added, in an interview with Al-Arabiya, on Tuesday, that the agency is now seeking to clarify a number of facts in Iran, indicating that it has not It receives any answers to the technical questions that it raised to Tehran.

He also continued that Iran did not answer the 3 traces of uranium that were found in secret sites, stressing the need to commit to providing details It is clear because verification and inspection are essential parts of the agency’s work in Iran’s nuclear facilities, he said. It undermines the work of the agency and limits transparency.

He also saw that escalation does not serve any party in the nuclear negotiations with Iran, explaining that nuclear violations keep Tehran away from the negotiation track.

As for the Karaj facility, he saw that the cameras were damaged, stressing that the agency does not know exactly what happened there.

Karaj includes a number of sensitive sites, such as a workshop for spare parts for centrifuges (used to enrich uranium) in the Tissa Karaj complex, which was subjected to sabotage last June. Two surveillance cameras blocked

The agency’s announcement came today, after Iran blocked two International Atomic Energy Agency surveillance cameras at one of its nuclear sites.

Last week, it announced that it had suspended at least two cameras belonging to the International Atomic Energy Agency to monitor its nuclear activities, after Western countries presented a draft resolution condemning it before the Board of Governors of the United Nations agency.

Tension with the Atomic Agency

It is reported that the Vienna talks, which were launched in April 2021 to revive The nuclear agreement has been suspended since last March, after a number of files failed to resolve.

The situation has worsened even more with the issuance of the International Atomic Energy Agency of the United Nations last week, a US-European resolution criticizing Iran Officially, for not cooperating, after a previous report last month, in which the agency confirmed that it had not obtained Clarifications” regarding traces of enriched uranium found at three unauthorized sites in Iran.

A nuclear research reactor at the headquarters of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization ( AB)

While Tehran responded to the agency's decision last Wednesday to close 27 cameras dedicated to monitoring its nuclear activities.