In Iran, the culprit was named for delaying the signing of the nuclear deal

Nour News: The head of the IAEA, Grossi, is preventing an agreement on a nuclear deal. The political bias and line of conduct of the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Rafael Grossi, is the main obstacle to reaching agreements on the resumption of the Iranian nuclear deal in the format of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

This is reported by the Nour News portal with reference to a source close to the Supreme National Security Council of Iran.

According to the interlocutor, the agency’s CEO “continues to adhere to a politicized and unrelated to the technical side of the problem position, which has always been one of the main obstacles to resolving existing differences.”

It is noted that at the stage of negotiations, when the parties are trying to finalize agreements on the restoration of the JCPOA, Grossi “once again stands in opposition.” So, the portal writes, he again asks Tehran to provide information when “Iran has already given all the necessary information and access for the IAEA” to its facilities.

“He turns on the oppositionist again, despite the good intentions demonstrated by Iran, and does so on the basis of undocumented reports received from the Israeli side,” the agency interlocutor believes.

Thus, the portal concludes, Grossi “with his unconstructive position remains the main obstacle before finalizing negotiations on lifting sanctions from Iran.”