The United Nations atomic guard dog states it has installed security cams to keep track of a new centrifuge workshop at Irans Natanz site after a request from TehranBy JON GAMBRELL Associated PressApril 14, 2022, 10:31 AM – 3 minutes readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleDUBAI, United Arab Emirates– The United Nations atomic guard dog said Thursday it installed monitoring video cameras to keep an eye on a brand-new centrifuge workshop at Irans underground Natanz website after a demand from Tehran, even as diplomatic efforts to restore its scruffy nuclear deal appear stalled.The start of work at the new workshop comes after Irans centrifuge center in Karaj found itself targeted in what Iran explained as a sabotage attack in June. Iran has been holding video from IAEA monitoring cameras because February 2021 as a pressure tactic to restore the nuclear offer as well.Iran did not instantly acknowledge the video cameras installation, however previously said it would be moving the plant at Karaj to Natanz.Natanz became a flashpoint for Western fears about Irans nuclear program in 2002, when satellite photos showed Iran building an underground center at the website, some 200 kilometers (125 miles) south of the capital, Tehran. Iran given that has actually begun developing a brand-new extension to Natanz in a neighboring mountain, likely to additional harden the site.Israel, also suspected in the killing of a researcher who found Irans nuclear military program, has hinted it brought out the Natanz attacks.The cam setup comes as efforts to restore the nuclear deal, which saw Tehran restrict its enrichment for the lifting of economic sanctions, appear deadlocked over an Iranian need for America to delist the Revolutionary Guard as a terrorist organization.Despite repeated Iranian claims that a separate offer would see billions of dollars in assets unfrozen, the State Department restated that no deal is impending on either a prisoner swap or the nuclear offer.
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