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Iran nuclear sites: Tehran begins limiting access to IAEA inspectors

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Iran has ended the implementation of the 'Additional Protocol' that allowed the International Atomic Energy Agency to carry out short-notice inspections, Iranian state TV quoted the country's envoy to the agency, Kazem Gharibabadi, as saying. FRANCE 24's Reza Sayah tells us more.

Added on the 23/02/2021 12:18:05 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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