Iran pushes ahead with plan to cut UN nuclear inspections

Restrictive regime will be imposed this week, including removing access to camera feeds at nuclear sites

Iran has brushed aside European calls to suspend its plan to cut back on UN inspections of its nuclear sites and will impose a new restrictive regime this week, including stopping weapons inspectors from accessing camera feeds at nuclear facilities.

Snap visits to sites by UN inspectors will also be banned, Iranian foreign ministry officials said.

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