UN watchdog: Access to key Iranian data lacking since Feb 23,caused by US Ex.President Trump with Russia & France/UK’s their Dual Agencies/Contacts of getting in/giving out Information/Advice to Arab.Both Sides’ Damages in Middle East will become the US Burden/Cost,which Netanyahu cannot realize now.

The flag of Iran waves in front of the the International Center building with the headquarters of the International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA,

UN watchdog: Access to key Iranian data lacking since Feb 23,caused by US Ex.President Trump with Russia & France/UK’s their Dual Agencies/

Contacts of getting in/giving out Information/Advice to Arab.Both Sides’ Damages in Middle East will become the US Burden/Cost,which Netanyahu cannot realize now.

All US Past Presidents,EU & Moderate World have accepted (Two States Solution.) & They have worked toward Two States Solution,except the Last US Ex. President Trump with his Diversionary tactics’ Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.Any French/British Assistance is Parochial.

VIENNA (AP) — The United Nations’ atomic watchdog hasn’t been able to access data important to monitoring Iran’s nuclear program since late February when the Islamic Republic started restricting international inspections of its facilities, the agency said Monday.

(1 of 2) The flag of Iran waves in front of the International Center building with the headquarters of the International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, in Vienna, Austria, Monday, May 24, 2021. The United Nations’ International Atomic Energy Agency watchdog reported Monday May 31, 2021, it hasn’t been able to access data important to monitoring Iran’s nuclear program since late February when the Islamic Republic started restricting international inspections of its facilities.

(2 of 2) The flag of the UN states waves in front of the International Center building with the headquarters of the International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA,in Vienna, Austria, Monday, May 24, 2021. The United Nations’ International Atomic Energy Agency watchdog reported Monday May 31, 2021, it hasn’t been able to access data important to monitoring Iran’s nuclear program since late February when the Islamic Republic started restricting international inspections of its facilities.

May 31, 2021

The International Atomic Energy Agency reported in a confidential document distributed to member countries and seen by The Associated Press that it has “not had access to the data from its online enrichment monitors and electronic seals, or had access to the measurement recordings registered by its installed measurement devices” since Feb. 23.

While the IAEA and Iran earlier acknowledged the restrictions limited access to surveillance cameras at Iranian facilities, Monday’s report indicated they went much further. The IAEA acknowledged it could only provide an estimate of Iran’s overall nuclear stockpile as it continues to enrich uranium at its highest level ever.

Iran started limiting inspections in a bid to put pressure on the government of U.S. President Joe Biden to lift crippling sanctions reimposed after then President Donald Trump pulled out of the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran unilaterally in 2018.

Under the deal, the IAEA placed around 2,000 tamper-proof seals on nuclear material and equipment. Those seals communicated electronically to inspectors. Automated measuring devices also provided real-time data from the program.

Talks are currently underway in Vienna for the U.S. to rejoin the deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or JCPOA. Since the U.S. withdrawal from the agreement, Iran has been steadily violating its various restrictions, including on the types of centrifuges it’s allowed to use, the amount of enriched uranium it is allowed to stockpile, and the purity to which it is allowed to enrich.

In the IAEA report, the agency for the first time released estimates of Iran’s stockpile rather than precise figures, saying that as of May 22, Iran’s total stockpile was 3,241 kilograms (7,145 pounds), up about 273 kilograms (600 pounds) from the last quarterly report.

That was down from an increase of nearly 525 kilograms (1,157 pounds) reported in the last quarterly report. Though it wasn’t immediately clear what led to the decrease, it comes as an explosion in April at its underground Natanz nuclear facility affected centrifuges there. Iran has yet to offer a full accounting of what happened in an attack it described as “nuclear terrorism.” Israel, which is widely suspected of carrying out the assault, hasn’t commented publicly on it.

The nuclear deal signed in 2015 with the United States, Germany, France, Britain, China and Russia only permits Iran only to keep a total stockpile of 202.8 kilograms (447 pounds) of enriched uranium.

The agency said the current stockpile includes 62.8 kilograms (138.5 pounds) of uranium enriched to 20% purity, and 2.4 kilograms enriched to 60% purity — well above the 3.67% purity allowed under the JCPOA.

Despite Iran’s violations of the deal, the other nations involved have stressed that the agreement was still important as it allowed international inspectors to continue their surveillance of Iran’s nuclear facilities.

Under a confidential agreement called an “Additional Protocol” with Iran, the IAEA collects and analyzes images from a series of surveillance cameras installed at Iranian nuclear sites. Those cameras helped it monitor Tehran’s program to see if it is complying with the nuclear deal.

Iran’s hard-line parliament in December approved a bill that would suspend part of U.N. inspections of its nuclear facilities if European signatories didn’t provide relief from oil and banking sanctions by February.

IAEA Director-General Rafael Grossi was able to negotiate a last-minute deal in February, however, under which promised the IAEA it would hold onto footage shot by its surveillance cameras and would hand them over if diplomats reached a deal in Vienna to lift the sanctions it faces. Otherwise, Tehran said it would delete the images.

That deal has yet to come, but Grossi was able to negotiate a one-month extension last week. That means his agency still can’t access the images taken by the cameras for the time being, but could regain access to the material if a deal is reached — a situation Grossi called an emergency measure that was “not ideal.”

The last-minute discussions further underscored the narrowing window for the U.S. and others to reach terms with Iran as it presses a tough stance with the international community over its atomic program.

The negotiations and tensions over the program come as Iran faces an upcoming June 18 presidential election to select the replacement for the relative moderate Hassan Rouhani, whose administration reach the 2015 nuclear deal. Analysts believe hard-liners have an edge going into the vote.

David Rising reported from Berlin. Kirsten Grieshaber in Berlin, and Jon Gambrell in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, contributed to this report.

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Iran agrees to extend deal on Cameras at its Nuclear Sites.The Secret Accord of UK with Russia & France/UK’s their Dual Contacts of getting in/giving out Information/Advice to Iran.influenced by Her Imperial Queen with Commonwealths Closed States.Any French/British Assistance is Parochial.Multi-intentions’/Dual Agencies’ France is sometimes worrisome.

VIENNA (AP) — Iran and the U.N.’s nuclear watchdog agreed Monday to a one-month extension to a deal on surveillance cameras at Tehran’s atomic sites, buying more time for ongoing negotiations seeking to save the country’s tattered nuclear deal with World Powers.

(1 of 10) Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, Rafael Mariano Grossi from Argentina, addresses the media during a news conference behind plexiglass shields regarding the agency’s monitoring of Irans’s nuclear energy program at the International Center in Vienna, Austria, Monday, May 24, 2021.

(2 of 10) The flag of Iran is seen in front of the building of the IAEA Headquarters after Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, Rafael Mariano Grossi from Argentina, addressed the media regarding the agency’s monitoring of Irans’s nuclear energy program at the International Center in Vienna, Austria, Monday, May 24, 2021.

(3 of 10) Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, Rafael Mariano Grossi from Argentina, leaves after he addressed the media regarding the agency’s monitoring of Irans’s nuclear energy program at the International Center in Vienna, Austria, Monday, May 24, 2021.

(4 of 10) The IAEA Headquarters is seen after Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, Rafael Mariano Grossi from Argentina, addressed the media regarding the agency’s monitoring of Irans’s nuclear energy program at the International Center in Vienna, Austria, Monday, May 24, 2021.

(5 of 10) Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, Rafael Mariano Grossi from Argentina, addresses the media during a news conference behind plexiglass shields regarding the agency’s monitoring of Irans’s nuclear energy program at the International Center in Vienna, Austria, Monday, May 24, 2021.

(6 of 10) Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, Rafael Mariano Grossi from Argentina, leaves after he addressed the media regarding the agency’s monitoring of Irans’s nuclear energy program at the International Center in Vienna, Austria, Monday, May 24, 2021.

(7 of 10) Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, Rafael Mariano Grossi from Argentina, left, leaves after he addressed the media regarding the agency’s monitoring of Irans’s nuclear energy program at the International Center in Vienna, Austria, Monday, May 24, 2021.

(8 of 10) Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, Rafael Mariano Grossi from Argentina, addresses the media during a news conference behind plexiglass shields regarding the agency’s monitoring of Irans’s nuclear energy program at the International Center in Vienna, Austria, Monday, May 24, 2021.

(9 of 10) Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, Rafael Mariano Grossi from Argentina, addresses the media during a news conference behind plexiglass shields regarding the agency’s monitoring of Irans’s nuclear energy program at the International Center in Vienna, Austria, Monday, May 24, 2021.

(10 of 10) Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, Rafael Mariano Grossi from Argentina, arrives before he addresses the media regarding the agency’s monitoring of Irans’s nuclear energy program at the International Center in Vienna, Austria, Monday, May 24, 2021.

May 24, 2021

The last-minute discussions, including the International Atomic Energy Agency pushing back a statement planned for Sunday, further underscored the narrowing window for the U.S. and others to reach terms with Iran as it presses a tough stance with the international community over its atomic program. The Islamic Republic is already enriching and stockpiling uranium at levels far beyond those allowed by its 2015 nuclear deal.

Speaking at a news conference Monday in Vienna, IAEA Director-General Rafael Mariano Grossi told journalists that came after a discussion with Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of Iran’s civilian nuclear program. He acknowledged that challenges remain, however, as the agency still can’t access images taken by its cameras.

“I’d want to stress this is not ideal,” Grossi said. “This is like an emergency device that we came up with in order for us to continue having these monitoring activities.” Kazem Gharibabadi, Iran’s representative to the IAEA, acknowledged the deal at the same time on Twitter. He said Tehran’s civilian nuclear agency, the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, would keep the material already recorded by the IAEA cameras.

“We recommend the negotiating countries to seize the extra opportunity provided by Iran in good faith for the complete lifting of sanctions in a practical and verifiable manner,” Gharibabadi wrote. Under a confidential agreement called an “Additional Protocol” with Iran, the IAEA collects and analyzes images from a series of surveillance cameras installed at Iranian nuclear sites. Those cameras helped it monitor Tehran’s program to see if it is complying with the nuclear deal.

Iran’s hard-line parliament in December approved a bill that would suspend part of U.N. inspections of its nuclear facilities if European signatories did not provide relief from oil and banking sanctions by February.

The IAEA then struck a three-month deal with Iran in February to have it hold the surveillance images, with Tehran threatening to delete them afterward if no deal had been reached. Iran since has broken all the deal’s limits after then-President Donald Trump in 2018 unilaterally withdrew America from the accord. Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of Iran’s civilian program, said Monday that Tehran had stockpiled 5 tons of uranium enriched up to 5% purity, 90 kilograms (198 pounds) enriched up to 20% and 2.5 kilograms (5.5 pounds) up to 60%.

That’s still below weapons-grade levels of 90% purity. Iran long has maintained its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes. The West fears it could be used to help Tehran potentially obtain an atomic bomb, though U.S. intelligence agencies say they “assess that Iran is not currently undertaking the key nuclear weapons-development activities … necessary to produce a nuclear device.”

Negotiations continue in Vienna to see if both the U.S. and Iran can re-enter the deal, which limited Tehran’s enrichment of uranium in exchange for the lifting of economic sanctions. Iran and the U.S. aren’t directly negotiating, however.

Mikhail Ulyanov, Russia’s ambassador to the IAEA, called Monday’s agreement “commendable.” “It will help maintain businesslike atmosphere at the Vienna talks on #JCPOA and facilitate a successful outcome of the diplomatic efforts to restore the nuclear deal,” he wrote on Twitter, using an acronym for the deal.

But if a deal isn’t reached in a month’s time, that footage again would be in jeopardy. Asked about that, Grossi simply said: “We are going to discuss that when we get to that point.” He also acknowledged Iran’s upcoming June 18 presidential election could mean new faces at the negotiating table. So far, Grossi has been dealing with the administration of the relatively moderate President Hassan Rouhani, which clinched the nuclear deal. Analysts believe hard-liners have an edge going into the vote.

“We deal with Iran and the Iranian people will give itself its new government in the next elections,” Grossi said. “So I’m not worried and I’m confident that whoever comes next will, of course, continue cooperating with the IAEA. I think it’s in everybody’s interests.”

Gambrell reported from Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Associated Press writers Nasser Karimi and Amir Vahdat in Tehran, Iran, and Geir Moulson in Berlin contributed to this report.

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Iran blames bad communication, alignment for jet shutdown.

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iranian investigators are blaming a misaligned missile battery and miscommunication between soldiers and their commanders for the Revolutionary Guard shooting down a Ukrainian jetliner in January, killing 176 people.

(1 of 1) Rescue workers search the scene where a Ukrainian plane crashed in Shahedshahr, southwest of Tehran, Iran. Iranian investigators are blaming a misaligned missile battery and miscommunication between soldiers and their commanders for the Revolutionary Guard shooting down the Ukrainian jetliner in January, killing 176 people. The report released late Saturday, July 11, 2020 by Iran’s Civil Aviation Organization comes months after the crash.
July 12, 2020

The report released late Saturday by Iran’s Civil Aviation Organization comes months after the Jan. 8 crash near Tehran, which authorities for days denied having hand in. The shootdown happened the same night Iran launched a ballistic missile attack targeting U.S. soldiers in Iraq, its response to the American drone strike that killed Guard Gen. Qassem Soleimani in Baghdad.

At the time Iranian troops were bracing for a U.S. counterstrike and appear to have mistaken the plane for a missile. The report detailed a series of moments where the shootdown of Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 could have been avoided.

The report said the surface-to-air missile battery that targeted the Boeing 737–800 had been relocated and was not properly reoriented. Those manning the missile battery could not communicate with their command center, they misidentified the civilian flight as a threat and opened fire twice without getting approval from ranking officials, the report said.
“If each had not arisen, the aircraft would not have been targeted,” the report said.
Gambrell reported from Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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Russia Putin/KGB & Russia Kremlin, its closeness as an Ally or Associates to Iran and to boost Trump Regime & its US Electoral Success,might lease out its Russian Networks & Surveillance/Operations.

Now Russia Putin/KGB & Russia Kremlin leased out its Russian Networks & Surveillance/Operations.of cooperated Iranian Systems might be burgled, intruded into and technically tampered for misinformation Purposes & misleading purposes.

Resetting existed one or to Create a new one,as this, becomes inevitable & imperative for All, as to avoid any further sophisticated Tampering, technical manipulation & scientific hacking secretly operated by Russian Security Expert Team,led systematically by former intelligence CIA and NSA Contractor Edward Snowden,directed/mined strictly by the Russia President Putin.

Russia Putin/KGB & Russia Kremlin, as the close Ally/Associates of Iran and to boost the US President Trump Regime & its US Electoral Success,as Russia might lease out its or Coordinate through its Russian Networks & Surveillance/Operations, as to precisely kill the Top Iranian General Qassem Soleimani & Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis/Others and to tactically bomb other Iran’s Elite Quds Force Targets with other Iran-backed Militias, known as the Popular Mobilization Forces, or PMF Targets or ISS Targets.

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Experts opined that Putin secret Top Brass KGB in partnership with Trump & some top US Personnel tactically planned & killed the late ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and destroyed/Bombed ISIS Leader’s Compounds

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The US impeachment process Saga led by the US Democrats with some radical Republicans to impeach or to undermine Trump Presidential Electoral Victory,which Putin led Russia with a secret Conjunction with Trump led White Republican Extremists are strategically challenging or confronting US as to boost Trump US electoral Success.

Recently Experts opined that Putin secret Top Brass KGB in partnership with Trump & some top US Personnel tactically planned & killed the late ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and destroyed/Bombed ISIS Leader’s Compounds or properties in Syria,as to avoid ISIS trace or link,destroyed also all associated items/properties.

This ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi scenario was executed similarly like old Soviet operation,as Soviet did in past,as Putin cleverly executed it with Trump Connivance.During Second World War,Soviet found the dead Adolf Hitler with his lady Girl Friend dead and secretly moved them,kept & stored them in the Russian secret KGB Museum. The lost US 52 Bomber lost during second World War operation,was known and lost US 52 Bomber was kept secret with it data in the Russian secret KGB Museum.

The Soviet announced that they knew and kept secret of the dead Adolf Hitler with his lady Girl Friend and US 52 Bomber as to further their Soviet political Propaganda during the cold war politics and period.
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They will challenge any such foul attempt and reinstall US greatness through oneness and ideas prepare the US as to be able to face Nostradamus prediction that Persia/modern Iran will acquire nuclear arm with help of Russia and shall use it against Rome, Jew/Israel, southern France and Moscow.

The Republican White Extremist Rights branding President Obama & Democrats,as socialists,is unfortunate and uncalled for,as the Obamacare comprehensive Health scheme, was put in place as to provide US with healthy people, which people the US Military with right stock of quality people who will be able to mine various US Military/Security challenges and to protect US investment/interest globally.

The taxing US Riches who owes large businesses/investments as to generate resources For the State, which will enable the Military to have sufficient funds for its global operations and care for US citizens at home.

The US Citizenry lives &US resources were used in protecting US interest and Businesses globally, US needs protectionist fees/Tax from US riches.US resources were used and lost of US Citizenry lives in protecting US interest and Businesses globally,those who have benefited from prototyping or copying US products/services made from US researchers, inventions & discoveries which the US have spent so much with aged labor, don’t want to give back to US State,shows immoral and bankruptcy.

US administration should insist on a protectionist fee not Tax from the US riches who have benefited from prototyping or copying US products/services through their Asian Affiliates.

These riches must invest in the US by contribution/Tax, since State tools are used to guide and protect their huge investments/businesses around the world.or could US Riches image what will happen to their freedom and businesses,if despotic Regimes hold them at ransom, while arguments by Republicans are simply economic ill logic and unwise.

The US should formulate some protectionist fees for the US Riches to contribute, since they have shipped US labor/jobs overseas, due to cheap labor and poor regulatory controls. these goods and services were invented or discovered by US State Efforts,time,aged labor and US resources,which China and others are simply copying or prototyping with US Shylock businessmen/women for huge profits, leaving US people empty after their huge human/material investments where US citizens sat for ages in difficult conditions in laboratories or workshops inventing or researching or discovering products or services at huge cost.

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