.Tehran, Tehran Province, Iran

  • Temporary agreement covering inspections at Iranian nuclear facilities expired last week
  • Under Trump, Iran's nuclear activities started reopening
  • Iran has urged quick decisions from other countries while negotating the deal

United Nations, Jul 1 (PTI) India has asked Iran to continue to cooperate with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in the performance of verification activities related to its nuclear ...

Beijing, Jun 15 (PTI) China on Tuesday played down the reports of a leak at one of its nuclear power plants, asserting that there is no abnormal environmental radioactive level in the ...

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IAEA has brokered many agreements with Iran relating to its nuclear activity. (Photo Credit: Representative Image/Unsplash)

  • IAEA made the claims in two reports released on Monday
  • Iran's enriched uranium stockpile was 16 times over limit
  • IAEA's inspections will continue till June 24

Beijing, Apr 13 (PTI) China on Tuesday objected to Japan's move to release treated radioactive water from the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant into the sea, warning Tokyo that "it ...

.Washington D.C., DC, USA
Donald Trump pulled out of the JCPOA agreement in 2018. (Photo Credits: Representational Image/Unsplash)

  • Germany, France and Britain had planned to criticize Iran's suspension of IAEA inspections
  • Iran has welcomed this decision
  • JCPOA was signed in 2015 and imposed a 15-year ban on Iran's uranium metal production

.Washington D.C., DC, USA
US State Department spokesperson Ned Price voiced concern.(Photo Credit:AFP)

  • Price praised the "professionalism" of IAEA chief Rafael Grossi on his visit to Tehran
  • Price also downplayed Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's warning
  • Grossi's trip came after US President Joe Biden last week offered to talk to Iran under the aegis of the European Union

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Rafael Grossi was addressing a news conference after returning from Tehran. (Photo Credit: Twitter/@rafaelmgrossi)

  • Rafael Grossi said IAEA will continue "necessary" verification and monitoring activities in Iran
  • But after Tehran slashes cooperation, there will be less access and no more snap inspections
  • "What we agreed is something that is viable, it’s useful to bridge the gap," Grossi said

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Director General of IAEA Rafael Grossi.(Photo Credit: Twitter/@rafaelmgrossi)

  • Grossi was received in Tehran by Iran's ambassador to IAEA, Kazem Gharibabadi
  • The IAEA chief's visit is due to run into Sunday
  • The deadline, set by Iranian lawmakers, carries the threat of a suspension of some nuclear inspections

Iran is progressively increasing its uranium enrichment.(Representative Image/Pixabay)

  • The letter dated December 31 did not state exactly when this enrichment activity would begin
  • Russian ambassador to the IAEA Mikhail Ulyanov reported the information earlier on Twitter
  • Iran nuclear deal has been unravelling ever since President Donald Trump dramatically withdrew from it in May 2018