Iran to reduce access for UN inspectors at nuclear-related sites

Iran to reduce access for UN inspectors at nuclear-related sites
Air defense and perimeter security at Iran's Natanz uranium enrichment facility. Wikipedia: By Hamed Saber -, CC BY 2.0, Link

[Ed. – Iran assumes Biden will become president in January, and is setting the negotiating board with positions they’ll need to be talked down from.  This will all be before anything that might represent “progress” can be addressed.  That’s how the Iranian regime gets concessions without ever actually improving its behavior.]

Iran will reduce the access international nuclear inspectors have to its sites following a new watchdog report indicating Tehran is stockpiling more than 12 times the amount of enriched uranium allowed under the 2015 nuclear agreement.

Mojtaba Zonnour, chair of the Iranian parliament’s national security and foreign policy committee, said on Wednesday that the Islamic Republic will continue to reduce the access granted to inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which is tasked with performing oversight on Iran’s contested nuclear sites. The agency will only be permitted to perform supervisory actions, severely limiting the IAEA’s ability to keep tabs on Iran’s nuclear advancements.

The move comes just days after a confidential IAEA report indicated Iran is hoarding large amounts of enriched uranium, the key component in a nuclear weapon.

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