Iran claims that 10 IAEA cameras have been reinstalled at the Esfahan nuclear site but IAO rejected.

Iran claims that 10 IAEA cameras have been reinstalled at the Esfahan nuclear site but IAO rejected.

The spokesman for Iran’s nuclear agency, Behrouz Kamalvandi, was quoted by local media on Thursday as saying that ten of these cameras had been reinstalled in Esfahan’s Natanz facility, a significant enrichment hub that reportedly has a centrifuge manufacturing facility that produces the machines used in uranium enrichment.

He continued by saying that the TESA Karaj, a now-decommissioned workshop in the west of the capital Tehran, was evacuated to a safe location following an attack in June 2021 that Iran claimed was the work of Israel. This is the same Karaj centrifuge production line that is now located in Esfahan. The TESA Karaj Complex’s production of centrifuge rotor tubes and bellows has ceased, according to the IAEA.

Iran claims that 10 IAEA cameras have been reinstalled at the Esfahan nuclear
Iran claims that 10 IAEA cameras have been reinstalled at the Esfahan nuclear site.

When the board of governors of the UN watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), censured Tehran in June 2022 for its lack of cooperation with the organization and excessive uranium enrichment, Iran had already turned off 27 cameras or monitoring devices deployed by the agency the previous year.

The information kept in the re-installed cameras, in accordance with Kamalvandi, will stay with Iran, and the agency won’t have access to it until the JCPOA nuclear agreement is reinstated.

What is JCPOA Agreement?

The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action commonly known as the Iran nuclear deal or Iran deal, is an agreement on the Iranian Nuclear Program reached in Vienna  on 14 July 2015, between Iran and the P5+1 (the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council United State, Russia, France, China, United Kingdom plus one (Germany)  together with the European Union.

The United States withdrew from the JCPOA in May 2018 after the Trump administration twice confirmed Iran’s compliance in 2017, promising to negotiate a stronger agreement. Trump left office without carrying out that promise, and researchers found that Iran has advanced in its nuclear weapons development since the American pullout.

Reinstalling the cameras was a response by Iran to allegations that Tehran and Washington were informally discussing ways to curtail Iran’s nuclear program, release some US citizens who were jailed, and unfreeze some of the Islamic Republic’s foreign assets.

But the Iranian Atomic Organization denies media claims that IAEA cameras had been installed at the Natanz enrichment site.

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