While the International Atomic Energy Agency confirmed that negotiations with Iran had reached a dead end, the US State Department announced today, Tuesday, that the United States is awaiting a constructive response from Iran regarding
She added that this constructive response must to abandon “non-core” issues, a possible reference to Tehran's demand to drop the Revolutionary Guards from a US list of terrorist organizations.
The Director of the International Atomic Agency, Rafael Grossi, had confirmed that negotiations with Iran to revive the nuclear agreement had 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 had not received any answers to the technical questions it had posed 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 clear details because verification and inspection are two parts a Sassian from the agency’s work in Iran’s nuclear facilities, he says.
“undermines the agency’s work”
He also pointed out that the cameras that Iran removed were an important part of the oversight mechanism, stressing that by doing so they undermine the work of the agency and restrict transparency. A party to the nuclear negotiations with Iran, explaining that the nuclear violations keep Tehran away from the negotiation track. It is reported that the Vienna talks, which were launched in April 2021 to revive the nuclear agreement, had been suspended since last March, after a number of files failed to resolve.
to exacerbate the situation More dimension With the issuance of the International Atomic Energy Agency of the United Nations last week, a US-European resolution officially criticizing Iran for its lack of cooperation, after a previous report last month in which the agency confirmed that it had not obtained “clarifications” regarding traces of enriched uranium found in three unauthorized sites in the country. Iran.
While Tehran responded to the agency’s decision last Wednesday to close 27 cameras dedicated to monitoring its illegal activities. Nuclear.