Iran Says Inspectors Will No Longer Have Access To Nuclear Site Images
On Sunday, Iran's parliament speaker, Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf, announced that international inspectors will no longer have access to surveillance images of the country's nuclear sites.
Iran has already been enriching and stockpiling uranium far beyond the agreed upon levels set in the 2015 nuclear deal. Iran changed its position after former President Trump pulled out of the agreement in 2018.
President Biden has expressed interest in re-entering the accord, however, Iran's hard-line stance may complicate the effort. The accord is aimed at limiting Iran’s nuclear program so it does not develop nuclear weapons.
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