On his return to Iran, Grossi told the press that intensive contacts in Tehran have resulted positively.
President Grossi stated that in line with the “nuclear law” approved in Iran, it has been announced that the activities of the Agency will be restricted as of February 23, but temporary technical consensus has been reached in the talks, and within this scope, the basic verification and monitoring activities of the IAEA will continue unlimited for another 3 months.
Noting that the agency’s desire is to make stability prevail, Grossi emphasized that this temporary agreement with Iranian officials will allow other political actors for permanent stability.
On the other hand, in the written statement made by the IAEA, the agreement reached by the IAEA and the Iran Atomic Energy Authority was shared with the public.
In the statement, emphasizing the importance of cooperation and trust between the parties, it was stated that Iran will fully comply with the conditions of the comprehensive assurance audit agreement with the IAEA as before.
In the statement, which stated that a technical consensus was reached between the two institutions, “IAEA’s continuing basic verification and inspection activities for up to 3 months is in line with the law (nuclear law).” statement was included.
According to the news of AA; In the statement, it was noted that the technical consensus reached between the two institutions will be regularly reviewed whether it serves the specified purpose.
IAEA President Grossi announced on Feb. He announced that he would go to Tehran to provide
NUCLEAR LAW APPROVED IN IRAN
The Iranian Parliament, which is dominated by the conservatives, passed the “Strategic Action Plan for the Abolition of Sanctions and the Protection of the Interests of the Iranian Nation” law aimed at accelerating nuclear activities shortly after the killing of nuclear scientist Muhsin Fahrizade on 27 November 2020.
The law obliging the Iranian Atomic Energy Authority to start enriching uranium by at least 20 percent and to increase its low-level enriched uranium stocks, unless the parties to the nuclear agreement take steps to normalize Tehran’s banking relations and oil exports by February 21, Iran is under the NPT 2016. It requires separation from the Additional Protocol, which it has applied voluntarily since.
The Tehran administration allowed IAEA inspectors to suddenly inspect its nuclear facilities at any time, in accordance with the Additional Protocol. Iran’s departure from the Additional Protocol means that the inspection of Agency inspectors will be limited.
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