‘Zarif says Iran won’t allow cameras in nuke facilities’

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and head of Iran’s atomic agency Ali Akbar Salehi held a closed discussion with Iranian parliament members this week, where they presented the details of the framework nuclear agreement reached in Lausanne last week.

According to NRG, one of the members of parliament revealed that Zarif clarified that Tehran will allow no security cameras in any of its nuclear facilities. Zarif reportedly explained this as the need to protect the identity of its nuclear scientists, after a chief researcher was assassinated last year.

Another participant in the discussion, NRG reports, said that Zarif was planning to publish an Iranian version of the Lausanne understandings following Iran’s displeasure with US statements regarding the deal, and especially the question of sanctions.

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