Iran to allow new UN cameras at nuclear site
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) – Iran will allow the United Nations nuclear watchdog to relocate damaged cameras to a site where it has centrifuge parts and manufacturing equipment, semi-public news agencies reported on Wednesday. Iranian officials.
The decision will see the cameras turned over to Karaj, who was the subject of what Iran describes as a sabotage attack in June. Iran had since denied the International Atomic Energy Agency access to replace cameras damaged in the incident.