New IAEA DG Report on Inspection Dispute with Iran

On June 5 the IAEA Director General provided a report to the Board of Governors on an ongoing dispute with Iran concerning requests the IAEA has made to inspect several sites in Iran suspected of being past locations of undeclared nuclear material. Iran claims that there are “some legal ambiguities and concerns which need to be addressed” before access is granted. Assumedly those legal concerns involve interpretations of the Additional Protocol agreement that Iran is provisionally applying pursuant to the terms of the JCPOA.

A friend sent me the report in the interests of transparency. You can access it below.

Jonathan Tirone has some good explanatory commentary about the report here.

GOV-2020-30 NPT SG Report


One Comment on “New IAEA DG Report on Inspection Dispute with Iran”

  1. El roam says:

    Hereby, titled:

    “Iran Not to Allow IAEA Inspection Based on Enemey Allegations ”

    In Tasnim News Agency:

    https://www.tasnimnews.com/en/news/2020/06/18/2288724/iran-not-to-allow-iaea-inspection-based-on-enemey-allegations-envoy


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