IAEA accusations 'politically motivated' to pressure Iran: Nuclear spox

Iran to Install IAEA cameras at Karaj site after detailed reviews: AEOI

The spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran referred to an agreement with the UN nuclear agency to replace cameras at a nuclear facility that were damaged by an act of sabotage in June, saying the cameras will be re-installed only after “meticulous” examination.

A day after reports indicated that Iran had taken a voluntary measure to allow the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) access to a number of cameras that had been damaged during a terrorist operation at the TESA Karaj Complex, a centrifuge component manufacturing workshop near Tehran, the AEOI spokesman, Behrouz Kamalvandi, shed some details on the matter on Thursday, explaining that new equipment will be installed only after detailed reviews.

“Following exchanges of views between the AEOI and the IAEA, particularly based on recent talks between the heads of the agencies Mohammad Eslami and Rafael Grossi, it was decided that the IAEA will have the necessary cooperation (with Iran) in precise technical, security and judicial inspections of the Agency’s cameras at the TESA Karaj Complex. This measure is meant to soothe concerns that saboteurs may take advantage of the cameras,” he said.


Source: Tasnim