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Iran threatens to block some UN nuclear site inspections as it urges Biden to undo sanctions
Tehran has suggested that it may prevent some upcoming inspections of its nuclear facilities by the UN's atomic agency as it tries to push US President Joe Biden into reversing the sanctions imposed by the Trump administration.
Iranian government spokesman Ali Rabiei said on Tuesday that, from February 19 onwards, the country would limit the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) from conducting checks.
"Our law is very clear regarding this issue. But it does not mean Iran will stop other inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency," he told a news conference.
It comes after the Iranian Parliament approved a bill in December forcing the government to suspend IAEA inspections and to step up uranium production if European signatories to the 2015 nuclear deal failed to lift sanctions on Iran.