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UN nuclear chief says Iran to grant ‘less access’ to program

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — The head of the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog says that Iran will begin offering its inspectors “less access” but will still allow the agency to monitor its atomic program. Rafael Grossi made the comments on arrival to Vienna on late Sunday night. He was careful to say that there still would be the same number of inspectors, but there would be “things we lose.” He did not offer many specifics, but Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that would include blocking the International Atomic Energy Agency from accessing footage on its cameras at nuclear sites. 

By AMIR VAHDAT, JON GAMBRELL and DAVID RISING
Associated Press

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