Nuclear crisis: Iran will not be allowed to inspect nuclear sites if the US does not lift the ban.

Nuclear crisis: Iran will not be allowed to inspect nuclear sites if the US does not lift the ban.
The nuclear crisis continues to grow amid strained relations between Iran and the US. Iran says that if the US does not lift its sanctions before February 21, it will not allow the United Nations to inspect its nuclear facilities. An Iranian MP has given this information on Saturday. Earlier, the International Atomic Energy Agency, a UN body monitoring nuclear affairs, has said that Iran is going to increase nuclear enrichment by 20 percent accuracy.

Iran's parliament passed a law in November, under which, if the restrictions were not relaxed, the law would force the government to stop inspections of Iran's nuclear sites and the International Atomic Energy Agency. Under Tehran's 2015 nuclear deal, the uranium enrichment limit would exceed the prescribed limit.

The monitoring body of the Guardian Council of Iran approved the law on 2 December and the government has said it will implement it. MP Ahmed Amirabadi said, "By law, if the Americans do not lift the financial, banking and oil restrictions by 21 February, we will certainly expel IAEA inspectors from the country and certainly end the voluntary implementation of the Additional Protocol Will give.

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