The revocation of inspectors’ license will have consequences for Iran

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The revocation of inspectors' license will have consequences for Iran

Revoking the International Atomic Energy Agency’s inspection license will have consequences for Iran.

If Rafael Grossi, the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, does not grant the agency’s inspectors permission again, it will have implications for this country.

Iran should reconsider its decision to deny access to the International Atomic Energy Agency’s inspectors.

If Iran does not cooperate with the agency, they will not receive the necessary guarantees, approval, and favorable opinion of the international community.


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