U.N. Atomic Agency Chief Headed to Iran to Avert Crisis Over Nuclear Talks


The head of the United Nations atomic agency will travel to Tehran this weekend, in a last-ditch move aimed at regaining Iranian cooperation with the agency and averting a crisis in the nuclear talks, Iranian and agency officials said Saturday.
The trip is the culmination of intensive negotiations over recent days aimed at securing commitments from Iran. According to three people familiar with discussions, the trip follows an understanding between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency that Tehran will grant the agency access to reset equipment monitoring the country’s nuclear activities and resume cooperation with a probe into nuclear material found in Iran.



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2021-09-11 10:29:00

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