IAEA General Director Rafael Grossi asserted that “if the international community through us, through the IAEA, is not seeing clearly how many centrifuges or what is the capacity that they [ie, the Iranians] have… what you have is a very blurred image”. “The more time passes and you lose the ability to record what is going on, then the moment this capability is restored, inspectors come back and start to put the jigsaw puzzle together again. There might be gaps. And these gaps are not a good thing to have”, Grossi added. He went on to state that “we are dealing with a very different Iran. 2022 is so different from 2015 that there will have to be adjustments that take into consideration these new realities so our inspectors can inspect whatever the countries agree at the political table”.
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