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Iran plans to review relations with IAEA

The UNSC has approved fourth round of sanctions on Iran over nuclear program.

Tehran: Iran`s state TV says the country`s Parliament plans to revise relations with the UN nuclear watchdog agency in response to the latest round of UN sanctions.

The announcement on Thursday by Parliament National Security and Foreign Policy Committee head Alaeddin Boroujerdi comes after the UN Security Council approved a fourth round of sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program.

Boroujerdi said lawmakers on Sunday will "begin a revision of Iran`s relations" with the International Atomic Energy Agency. He did not specify what options were to be discussed, but a revision could result in restricting IAEA inspectors` access to Iran`s nuclear facilities.
The West accuses Tehran of seeking nuclear weapons while Iran says the program is purely peaceful.

Bureau Report

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