Iranian state TV reports Tehran has started to limit International Atomic Energy Agency’s inspections as Foreign Minister Javad Zarif says the country won’t share surveillance footage of its nuclear facilities with the UN agency.
IAEA chief says the UN nuclear watchdog has struck a deal with Iran to continue "necessary" verification and monitoring activities in Iran, but there will be less access and no more snap inspections.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken told European allies that the US is prepared to talk to Iran about both countries returning to compliance with a 2015 deal that aims to stop Tehran from developing a nuclear weapon.
The IAEA monitors Iranian atomic activities on the ground with a 2015 landmark accord curbing Tehran's nuclear programme in exchange for sanctions relief.
Rafael Mariano Grossi to ask for access to two sites where the country is thought to have stored or used undeclared nuclear material.
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