Grossi warns of failure to monitor Iran's nuclear facilities

London-ALsharqiya October 24: The Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Grossi, revealed that he was unable to establish some kind of direct contact with the Iranian government after the election of the new president, Ibrahim Raisi. Grossi added in a television interview that he had never spoken to the new Iranian Foreign Minister expressing He hopes to be able to get a chance to meet him soon. He also warned that Iran's nuclear monitoring program is no longer intact, after Tehran refused requests to fix cameras at a major nuclear facility on the outskirts of Tehran. Grossi alluded to the repetition of the North Korean scenario if Iran did not agree to install cameras in its nuclear facilities, which is a catastrophic scenario for the region, as he put it.


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