Tehran (IP) - An informed official in the Secretariat of Iran's Supreme National Security Council says considering the end of Iran's three-month deadline to the International Atomic Energy Agency, there is a possibility of a conditional extension of the current agreement for one month.

Iran PressIran News: "If this decision is finalized, it is expected that the other side will facilitate the process of reaching an agreement by accepting Iran's legal demands," said the source who wanted not to be mentioned by name.

Meanwhile, Iran's Parliament Speaker Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf says the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will no longer be able to access images of the Iranian nuclear sites because a monitoring deal with the UN nuclear body has expired.

In February, Iran and the IAEA reached a technical understanding under which Iran agreed to keep the camera footage of its nuclear sites for three months in a goodwill gesture, waiting to see if the other parties to the nuclear deal can bring the US back into full compliance with the accord.


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