New tensions after Iran withdraws 27 IAEA surveillance cameras

Tehran has “turned off a number of cameras” video surveillance located on its nuclear sites due to the“political action” the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), report the newspaper Irana government publication, which headlined with the phrase “An eye for an eye”.

“Cutting off a significant part of the International Agency’s extrajudicial access to our country’s nuclear activities is a strong response by Iran in response to the adoption of an anti-Iranian resolution” by the IAEA, added the log.

Nevertheless, “more than 80% of the cameras of the Agency will continue to function as before”, clarified Iran.

Quoted by Hamshahri, the newspaper of the town hall of Tehran, the Iranian president Ebrahim Raïsi was less conciliatory by assuring that his country “does not even take a step back from its position”. And by criticizing the adoption of a Western resolution at the IAEA condemning the lack of cooperation of the Islamic Republic in monitoring its nuclear program.

The head of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization (AEIO), Mohammad Eslami, to re

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