Now the UN will not be able to suddenly inspect Iran's nuclear bases!

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-02-23 15:29:01 IST

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After midnight additional protocols will be completed and limited inspection will be possible. February 23 was the deadline for lifting the economic ban. The US has again expressed willingness to hold talks to revert to a nuclear deal with Iran.

Iran has imposed new sanctions on the United Nations (UN) Monitoring Committee regarding its nuclear bases. He abruptly terminated the right of inspection after midnight under additional protocols. After the US announced its 2015 return to a nuclear deal with Iran, Iran made it clear that the economic sanctions previously imposed on it would be lifted. Here, the US still hoped that Iran would return to the old agreement.

During the tenure of former US President Donald Trump, relations with Iran deteriorated severely after 2018, when he separated his country from the 2015 nuclear deal and imposed several economic sanctions one after the other. Now the Joe Biden administration of the US has announced a return to the agreement.

Iran passed a law in Parliament warning that if the economic sanctions are not lifted by February 23, the additional protocol will be abolished. It has been implemented after midnight. Additional protocols mean that international observers may also come to inspect nuclear targets immediately.

The monitoring team has already reached Iran under the leadership of Rafael Grossi, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), a UN monitoring agency. Regarding the team's inspection, Iran had yesterday made it clear that it would allow limited inspection and would not even allow footage from the camera.

We prepare the agreement: America

The US has again expressed willingness to hold talks to revert to a nuclear deal with Iran. On Monday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Ned Price said that the US was ready to return to the old agreement with Britain, France, China, Russia and Germany on the agreement. He reacted to Iran's earlier statement of increasing uranium enrichment by 60 per cent, that he would focus on issues not talks. Iran has allowed the IAEA for general inspections for the next three months in addition to additional protocols. Meanwhile, talks will continue on all issues.

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