Iran begins turning off all 27 UN watchdog cameras

Iran has said it has begun removing all 27 surveillance cameras at its nuclear sites and also begun further expanding its underground uranium enrichment, the International Atomic Energy Agency’s chief Rafael Gross announced on Thursday. He spoke  after the IAEA board of governors voted to criticize Tehran for failing to answer the UN watchdog’s question re the presence of uranium particles at three undeclared sites. The cameras were installed under Iran’s 2015 nuclear accord with six world nations. Only Russia and China opposed the negative resolution. It also called on Tehran to engage with the watchdog “without delay.”

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