International Atomic Energy Agency, Iran, Monitoring Equipment, Nuclear Talks, Agreement

International Atomic Energy Agency, Iran

Iran fails to fully comply with nuclear monitoring agreement

The International Atomic Energy Agency said Sunday that Iran has failed to fully comply with the terms of a recently-reached nuclear monitoring agreement, Reuters reported.

9/27/2021 3:15:00 AM

The International Atomic Energy Agency said Sunday that Iran has failed to fully comply with the terms of a recently-reached nuclear monitoring agreement, Reuters reported.

The International Atomic Energy Agency said Sunday that Iran has failed to fully comply with the terms of a recently reached nuclear monitoring agreement, Reuters reported. The big picture: Under the Sept. 12 agreement, Iran must allow the agency to access its monitoring equipment and replace its memory cards. Iran allowed agency inspectors to do their work everywhere except one location.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.From Sept. 20 through Sept. 22, Ir

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