VIENNA, May 31 (Reuters) – The UN’s nuclear watchdog has reinstalled some monitoring equipment originally set up under the 2015 nuclear deal with major powers that Iran later ordered removed. withdrawal last year, the watchdog said in two reports seen by Reuters on Wednesday. .
The additional surveillance equipment included surveillance cameras at a site in Isfahan where centrifuge parts are produced as well as surveillance equipment at two declared enrichment facilities, according to the confidential reports to member states.
One, however, added that the International Atomic Energy Agency is “awaiting Iran’s engagement to resolve” issues, including the installation of additional monitoring equipment announced months ago. . (Reporting by François Murphy; Editing by Alison Williams)