Iran releases video of moment IAEA cameras were switched off
The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran releases footage showing the moment when the IAEA's cameras were switched off.
The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) said in a statement on Wednesday, that while Iran has cooperated with the UN nuclear watchdog, the IAEA has considered some signs of Iran's goodwill to be a duty.
As a result of the IAEA's recent adoption of an agreement written by the US and European troika, Iran decided yesterday to shut off two cameras that were recording data beyond the Safeguards Agreement.
The AEOI released footage on Thursday of the moment the two cameras were shut off.
Before the release of the IAEA report that later led to the US and E3 submitting the draft, IAEA head Rafael Grossi visited "Israel", which raised questions regarding the nature of the visit ahead of the Body of Governors meeting, and led to suspicions regarding the IAEA's impartiality.
Iranian news agency ISNA quoted Thursday an informed source as saying that Iran will speed up the production and installation of new generations of centrifuges, including the IR6, IR4, and IR2M generations.
According to the source, this is only one of a series of procedures to be taken by Iran, adding that the IAEA will be informed of them.