Iran agrees deal with UN on monitoring of nuclear programme

Talks aim to revitalise stalled inspections process and could ease path towards lifting of US sanctions

Iran has agreed to allow UN nuclear inspectors to install new memory cards into its cameras monitoring the country’s controversial nuclear programme in a move that could keep the inspection process on life support, and even ease a path towards a lifting of US sanctions.

, Iran agrees deal with UN on monitoring of nuclear programme, The Nzuchi Times Guardian

Rafael Grossi, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)‘s UN”s nuclear watchdog, struck the deal in Tehran on Sunday following two hours of talks and will report to the IAEA’s board meeting on Monday.

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