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Iran not to let US or Canadian inspectors to nuclear facilities

The Iranian authorities claimed, that the country would not permit the US and Canadian representatives to inspect its nuclear facilities.

As Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi claimed yesterday, "American and Canadian inspectors cannot be sent to Iran. It is mentioned in the deal that inspectors should be from countries that have diplomatic relations with Islamic republic of Iran."

Inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency won't be given access either.

The nuclear agreement between Iran and the US, Great Britain, France, Germany, Russia, China was reached on July 14. According to it, in case of Iranian violating terms of its enrichment program reduction, the sanctions against Tehran will be restored in 65 days.

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