Technical-security checks on IAEA cameras to start today

Spokesman for Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) said that the technical-security checks in preparation for re-installing the CCTV cameras by the IAEA will start at the Karaj TESA today.

Behrouz Kamalvandi said on Sunday that the process of the technical-security checks will start later today before allowing the IAEA to re-install the damaged cameras at the sabotaged Karaj TESA.

Kamalvandi said that Iran had set three pre-conditions before giving the permission to re-install the cameras at TESA by the IAEA: 1- The conclusion of the judicial-security studies on the act of the sabotage on the Karaj TESA site; 2- Condemning the act of sabotage on the part of the IAEA; and 3- Technical-security checks of the cameras before re-installing them.

The spokesman said that Iran’s voluntary move to allow the IAEA to reinstall the cameras did not come after a new agreement with the agency but it came after the three pre-conditions were met.

The nuclear official said earlier this week that the IAEA will not access the information of the cameras until the JCPOA is revived and the sanctions on Iran are removed.

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