Recently, Farahani, a member of the Presidium of the Iranian Parliament, said that if the sanctions against Iran, especially in the fields of finance, banking, oil and other fields, cannot be lifted before February 21 this year, Iran will expel IAEA inspectors under a parliamentary act.
According to Iran’s Meher News Agency, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Hatti Buzad said at a press conference on the 11th local time that the Anti-Sanctions Strategy Bill formulated by the Iranian Parliament is clear, and the MP may have quoted Article 6 of the bill – if the signatories to the nuclear agreement do not fulfill their commitments in the agreement.
No, access beyond safeguards will be suspended, but stopping access outside safeguards does not mean expelling IAEA inspectors.
Hatti Buzad said that within the framework of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and Iran’s commitments, the inspectors of the International Atomic Energy Agency will continue to exist in Iran.
It is reported that safeguards is one of the important functions of the International Atomic Energy Agency and is of great significance to prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons.