Tuesday, February 23, 2021

UN closes surveillance on Iran’s nuclear facilities World | DW


The law was passed a month ago. Donald Trump is still in the chair of the US President. Iran’s parliament has said it will increase its uranium reserves several times if the United States does not lift sanctions. In addition, UN surveillance of the country’s nuclear facilities will be stopped. The law gave the United States until February 21. Iran says the law will take effect on Monday. Rafael Gracie, head of the UN nuclear watchdog, held an emergency meeting with Tehran on Sunday. He told reporters after the meeting that an agreement had been reached with Tehran. In the next few months, the United Nations will be able to take stock of Iran’s nuclear program, though not as much as before.

It is not yet clear what exactly was discussed at the UN meeting with Tehran. Gracie did not provide details. He simply said that Iran would not expel the UN representatives who were in Iran to monitor the nuclear plant. An agreement has been reached with Iran for at least the next three months. The United Nations will be able to keep track of Iran’s nuclear facilities, even if it is not the same as before. The head of the UN nuclear watchdog did not say more about the meeting.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javed Zarif said on Iranian national television on Sunday that the United Nations had placed cameras at Iran’s nuclear plant. Footage from that camera will no longer be given to them from Monday. In other words, Tehran has made it clear that the UN will no longer be able to directly monitor the nuclear plant.

The question is, how is it possible to solve it?

Experts say Iran has taken this extreme step to put pressure on the United States. Although a temporary agreement, the United States will have to clarify its position on the 2015 nuclear deal within the next three months. In 2016, then-US President Donald Trump withdrew the United States from the nuclear deal. At the same time, it imposed multiple sanctions on Iran. Although several European countries objected to the issue, Trump refused to listen to anyone. Iran is believed to have taken the extreme step of putting pressure on Biden since he came to power.

Joe Biden is interested in negotiating a nuclear deal. However, the US president has not yet clarified his stance on lifting sanctions on Iran. Iran’s clear statement is that the United States must return to the 2015 nuclear deal and lift sanctions on Iran.

SG / GH (Reuters, AP, AFP)





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