There is much less entry, let’s face it. But nonetheless we have been capable of retain the required diploma of monitoring and verification work, says Rafael Grossi
The head of the UN’s nuclear watchdog mentioned on Sunday a three-month “temporary solution” had been found to permit the company’s monitoring in Iran to proceed, though the inspections will probably be restricted from Tuesday.
“What we agreed is something that is viable — it is useful to bridge this gap that we are having now, it salvages the situation now,” Rafael Grossi, head of the Vienna-based International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), informed reporters after flying again from talks in Tehran.
“There is less access, let’s face it. But still we were able to retain the necessary degree of monitoring and verification work,” he mentioned, describing the brand new association as “a temporary technical understanding”.