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EMET Webinar - Status Update: Biden and the Iran Deal
Behnam Ben Taleblu

About this webinar: This week, International Atomic Energy Administration (IAEA) confirmed that Iran removed 27 cameras from its nuclear facilities. The 27 cameras were installed as part of the 2015 JCPOA, referred to as the nuclear deal. As IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi stated, “The less my inspectors and my analysists see what is happening in Iran, the less ability we have to know how much material they are enriching, how many centrifuges they are putting together…. No-one can go into an agreement without knowing what your base line is… Normally, history tells us and recent history tells us, it is never a good thing when you tell international inspectors to go home.”

He also warned that if Iran does not reinstall those cameras within the next few weeks, it will be impossible to return to the deal.
This comes as news breaks that Iran has been constructing yet another nuclear facility close to the Natanz nuclear facility, so deep within the mountains that it will evade the massive power of bunker busting bombs.  
According to David Albright and Sarah Burkhard from the Institute for Science and International Security, as well as Andrea Stricker from the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, breakout time for a nuclear bomb, has been reduced to zero. Within 1.5 months, they can have three nuclear bombs.
It is obvious, what sort of game Iran has been playing with the international community.

This week, the Biden administration decided to impose sanctions on Chinese and Emirati companies, as well as a network of Iranian petrochemical producers, accusing them of helping to “evade sanctions” by supporting the sale of Iran’s petrochemical products abroad.

Jun 22, 2022 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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