The European Union demands that Iran restore the accreditation of several IAEA inspectors

The European Union demands that Iran restore the accreditation of several IAEA inspectors

Tehran refused to accredit some representatives of the International Nuclear Energy Agency mission inspecting Iranian energy facilities. The European Union is demanding that Iran restore the accreditation of several IAEA inspectors who were deprived of it.

This is reported by the agency AFP.

Brussels expressed extreme concern about the decision of the Iranian authorities and demanded that it be cancelled. According to EU officials, such a move by Iran will prevent the IAEA from effectively monitoring the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, also called the “nuclear deal.”

Of particular concern is the direct and significant impact this decision will have on the agency's ability to conduct its verification activities.

- said the representative of the EU.

This agreement was concluded in 2015 between the Islamic Republic and several major world powers: Russia, China, USA, Britain, France and Germany. The European Union is considered to be the coordinator of the deal. The document stipulated the lifting of sanctions against Iran in exchange for restrictions on its nuclear program.

The accreditations of several IAEA inspectors were revoked on September 16. Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani explained that Tehran has the right to do this in accordance with the provisions of the agreement on guarantees of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty weapons. According to the Iranian side, it is caused by abuses by the authorities of Western states that signed the JCPOA.
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  1. +5
    18 September 2023
    So the striped ones got out of the deal, if one side dumped it, the deal was thrown into the trash. Now sit down again and come to an agreement if possible.
    1. +7
      18 September 2023
      The European Union apparently got something wrong, how can you demand something from a sovereign state? All IAEA inspectors are engaged by the United States, half of the CIA career intelligence officers. I’ve never heard of inspections of Israel’s nuclear programs, but it wouldn’t hurt to check someone else, otherwise they officially deny everything, but at the same time, in their threats they hint at the use of nuclear weapons, do they have them or not? If there is, expose them to all sorts of sanctions, but what am I talking about.
    2. +2
      18 September 2023
      The Persians are great, they don’t mumble or complain to all sorts of UNOs, but act in the interests of their own safety.
  2. +2
    18 September 2023
    The European Union demands that Iran restore the accreditation of several IAEA inspectors
    . They love to demand... without giving anything in return. Therefore, on them, on their requirements, you can safely lay a big and fat one.
  3. +4
    18 September 2023
    The European gathering and the concept of “demand” is, excuse the swear word, an oxymoron recourse They will soon start spitting on their shoes when they meet, and they keep wrinkling their butts
  4. +4
    18 September 2023
    Iran is an independent state to demand anything from it, let's say: rudeness.
  5. 0
    18 September 2023
    Isn’t it time to conclude an agreement with the ayatollahs, the same as with Father, and station a squadron of the Aerospace Forces with nuclear weapons in the vicinity of Tehran? They even have ready-made huge underground caponiers.
  6. 0
    18 September 2023
    A punch on the nose from Iran. Every day is not Sunday)
  7. +1
    18 September 2023
    Maybe they also need the key to the laboratory where the plutonium is? laughing
  8. +1
    18 September 2023
    In a word, Iran sent away the IAEA and, after it, the EU. It’s better to demand that the United States fulfill its promises by returning to the “nuclear deal” on Iran. But weakly, because the owner is a gentleman.
    1. +1
      18 September 2023
      In a word, Iran sent away the IAEA and, after it, the EU.
      The only thing is that with such a click it is necessary to openly publish the full name, country, position and specific reason for revoking the accreditation of each of these “IAEA experts”. And not abstract:
      The accreditations of several IAEA inspectors were revoked on September 16.

      Publish: such and such, from such and such a country, who was supposed to do such and such, is expelled due to the fact that instead of his direct duties he is engaged in espionage/sabotage/forgery (underline as appropriate) in favor of the intelligence service of such and such a country. Publish photos too.
      The whole world should know everyone like him by sight.
  9. +1
    18 September 2023
    Now they will begin to put pressure on us and our partners on all counts.
  10. +1
    18 September 2023
    Well done Persians! Just let these “civilized ones from a blooming garden” sit at the table - they’ll put their feet on the table! They simply do not know how to live honestly.
  11. +1
    18 September 2023

    The accreditations of several IAEA inspectors were revoked on September 16
    Absolutely correct. Judging by the IAEA delegation to the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant, all the inspectors in this organization have absolutely nothing to do with nuclear physics, but have a great deal to do with various types of intelligence.
  12. 0
    18 September 2023
    Iran looked, thought and said to itself: countries with nuclear weapons do not owe anything to anyone...
  13. 0
    19 September 2023
    It is quite logical that the West and the United States were shown the door.

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