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Iran says Israeli attacks on nuclear sites must stop

Iran has suggested that the International Atomic Energy Agency's access to its nuclear facilities will resume once Israel's attacks on them stop.
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In the ongoing battle with the United Nations' nuclear watchdog, Iran has told the International Atomic Energy Agency that it will allow access to its nuclear facilities once attacks targeting them stop.

According to Tasnim News Agency, Khazem Garibadadi, Iran’s representative to international organizations in Vienna, said, “If the agency wants to conduct inspections, it has to act on its own responsibilities and clearly condemn terrorists attacks against Iran’s technological centers.” He added, “If America and its Western allies want the continuation of the agency’s inspections, they have to stop the Zionist regime’s terrorist attacks.” 

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