The IAEA Board of Governors adopted a resolution on Friday formally calling on Iran to allow the inspection of two sites suspected of carrying out undeclared nuclear activities in the past, diplomatic sources told France Press.

It is the first resolution to criticize Iran over its nuclear program, voted by the United Nations agency since 2012. It was adopted during a meeting of the Board of Governors at the agency’s headquarters in Vienna in light of the escalation of tension over Iran’s nuclear program in the past months.

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Shivam Chopra
A news/editorial staff member at The Eastern Herald. Studied Mass Communication. Writing and publishing entertainment, world politics, current affairs, international relations, policy, economy, business, and social news from around the world.