According to Reuters London on December 18, Iran’s ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) rejected the IAEA Director General’s proposal to reach a new agreement to restart the Iran nuclear agreement after the new U.S. government took office.
IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi said in an interview with reporters on the 17th that Iran has violated the nuclear agreement too much, which cannot simply be restored to its original state after U.S. President-elect Biden takes office next month.
Biden said that the United States would rejoin the nuclear agreement “if Iran re-strictly abides”.
Iranian Ambassador to IAEA Qazim Garibabadi tweeted: “The assessment of the implementation of commitments is absolutely beyond the mandate of the IAEA and should be avoided.
The International Atomic Energy Agency played a role in the negotiation of the Joint Comprehensive Action Plan (i.e. the Iran Nuclear Agreement – Note to this website).