We’re not sure Iran can do anything to get President Biden to abandon its attempt to revive the 2015 nuclear deal, and Iran is acting as if it agreed. This may explain Tehran’s growth in response to US concessions.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) announced on Sunday that Iran will allow its inspectors to service surveillance cameras monitoring Iranian nuclear sites. This is not a big achievement. In February the regime began barring the agency from personally inspecting several nuclear facilities, although it did cut a deal to keep some of the monitoring equipment. The latest agreement will not guarantee access to this data, which can be deleted at any time, but a joint Iran-IAEA Statement Still noted their “spirit of cooperation and mutual trust”.