Germany welcomed the latest nuclear monitoring deal between the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Iran, calling it a "first positive step.
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Speaking at a weekly news conference, German Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Adebahr said: “It is a first positive step. After the trip, however, we also expect the IAEA to be able to service the cameras in the affected (nuclear) facilities very promptly as agreed and change the (cameras’) memory cards.”
Tehran on Sunday gave a green light for the UN nuclear watchdog to “service” the surveillance cameras installed at Iranian nuclear sites in an effort to ease concerns over Iran's nuclear activities.
The announcement came during the visit of International Atomic Energy Agency's chief Rafael Grossi to Tehran on Sunday, a day before the start of this week's IAEA Board of Governors meeting in Vienna.