In a recent development between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), a source told Iran Nuances correspondent in the condition of anonymity that another case concerning four alleged locations has successfully reached resolution and closure by the IAEA.
The case of Abadeh (Marivan) is the one that has recently been closed.
This follows the earlier closure of the case involving the Jabir bin Hayan research institute, thus indicating a net reduction of outstanding cases to a mere two locations.
The source said that “the recent progress in case resolutions not only signifies an enhancement in cooperation between the two entities but also proves the unfounded nature of the allegations levied against specific locations”.
The source stressed that “these resolutions underscore that the cases have been resolvable in case of a serious will to address them.”
Iran Nuances also understands that the issue of uranium particles with 83.7 purity has been closed.
The source also revealed to Iran Nuances a crucial development, highlighting “Iran’s voluntary commitment to transparency and goodwill.”
“In line with this commitment, Iran has agreed to the installation of number of cameras in a nuclear facility located in Isfahan. This pivotal decision stands as a testament to Iran’s intentions in maintaining and fostering a constructive and collaborative relationship with the IAEA”, said the source, adding “we, in return, expect the agency to behave constructively and abide by merely its technical mandate and away from any political agenda.”