Iran to Turn off IAEA Surveillance Cameras

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The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) in a statement said the UN nuclear watchdog’s surveillance cameras of the On-Line Enrichment Monitor (OLEM) – a system designed to provide continuous enrichment measurements at gaseous centrifuge enrichment plants and the flow meter are set to be taken offline.

“The Islamic Republic of Iran has so far had extensive cooperation with the IAEA, but unfortunately having failed to consider such cooperation which has derived from Iran’s goodwill, the Agency has not appreciated it, and instead has considered it a duty,” the statement read.



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