Iran voluntarily allows IAEA to replace its damaged cameras with new ones
ISNA - Iranian Students' News Agency
Wed / 15 December 2021 / 16:15
Tehran (ISNA) - The Islamic Republic of Iran in a voluntarily act allowed the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to replaced its damaged cameras with new ones.
Due to the completion of judicial and security checks on the affected cameras, as well as the IAEA's steps to condemn the act of vandalism against the Tessa complex, Iran has voluntarily allowed the Agency to replace the damaged cameras with new ones.
Iran's initiative has prevented a misunderstanding in the relations between Iran and the IAEA with regard to an issue that the IAEA director general had raised two times during his recent visits to Tehran.
Considering that the main part of the judicial and security investigations on the cameras damaged in the TESA Karaj Complex of Iran has been completed, that the IAEA has condemned the act of sabotage in the complex, and that the IAEA has agreed that the Iranian experts would conduct technical checks on the cameras before installing them, Iran has voluntarily allowed the IAEA to replace the damaged cameras with new ones, Noor News reported.
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