In an interview with Newsweek, the director-general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reiterated his call for members of the JCPOA to take advantage of the three-month agreement reached with Iran to maintain the nuclear deal.

Iran PressEurope: The director-general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)Rafael Grossi, noting that the agreement reached between the International Atomic Energy Agency and Iran is a temporary and limited solution for the continuation of some inspections of Iran's nuclear facilities, described the agreement as fragile and It will be difficult to control the situation if no tangible political progress is made by mid-May.

Grossi urged Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) members to seize the opportunity to maintain Iran's nuclear deal as soon as possible. He said the two sides were optimistic about the future of the agreement, adding that there are skeptical views among the members that are understandable.

Iran has restricted IAEA inspectors' visits to its nuclear facilities since last month. Of course, according to the last-minute agreement of the Agency Director with the Iranian authorities, some inspections are still possible.

According to the agreement between Iran and the Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Iran will no longer provide the IAEA with camera footage installed at its facilities. However, under the agreement, Iran has agreed to refuse to delete the films for three months and to provide the films to the IAEA if sanctions are lifted within three months. If sanctions are not lifted, Iran has threatened to delete the films.

Two years after the US withdrew from the JCPOA and the European parties delayed in fulfilling their obligations under the agreement, Iran began to take steps to reduce its obligations and announced that if all sanctions are lifted and the other parties fulfill their obligations, it reverses the compensatory measures. 219