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The international atomic energy Agency (IAEA) demands Iranian authorities to allow inspectors to nuclear facilities, despite the fact that Russia and China were against such initiatives, reports RIA Novosti.
The organization released a resolution that urged the Islamic Republic to allow observers to explore two controversial nuclear plants. It is noted that it has put forward the so-called Eurotroika — France, Germany and the UK.
Most member countries, the IAEA has supported the initiative of the contrary positions of China and Russia. It is also known that the essential changes, made by the Russian side eventually got into the text of the document.
IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi informed and reminded that Tehran had more than four months will not allow the Agency inspectors for these two projects, and almost a year refuses to meaningful discussions about possible undeclared nuclear materials and nuclear activity. It is noted that in General the Iranian authorities to cooperate with the IAEA, despite the release of a Joint comprehensive plan of action on the Iranian nuclear program (SVPD).
Earlier in June, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged the international community to “cripple” Iran with sanctions due to non-admission of observers to objects.
Last year it was reported that Iran is planning to re-launch a previously deactivated centrifuge and to dramatically increase the level of uranium enrichment within the framework of further departure from the terms of the AGREEMENT. Prior to this, the country has exceeded the allowable transaction levels to 3.67 per cent it has already reached 4.5 percent. Later Tehran announced that it has accumulated more low-enriched uranium than was permitted by the international agreement.
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