IAEA Head Predicts Crisis if Iran Refuses to Cooperate
"We requested some data and access to certain information from Iran, but we did not receive the required information", Grossi said in an interview with the US news agency. According to him, Iran’s actions deprive the IAEA of the opportunity to carry out its work. He expressed the hope that Iran would “listen to the voice of the international community” and fulfill its obligations. "We will move towards crisis if Iran refuses to cooperate with us", the head of the agency added.
Earlier on Tuesday, AFP reported on a report published by the IAEA stating that the amount of enriched uranium in Iran is more than five times the limit set by the Joint Comprehensive Action Plan for the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program. Enriched uranium reserves in the country reached 1510 kg by February 19, while the limit set by the deal was 300 kg.
At the same time, the media reported that in its report, the organization also criticized Iran for refusing to provide experts with access to two nuclear facilities for conducting inspections, as well as for not wanting to answer questions “related to possible undeclared nuclear materials and activities related to nuclear activities”.