IAEA's Grossi to travel to Iran, seeking to give jolt on cooperation

The UN nuclear watchdog said on Thursday its chief Rafael Grossi will travel to Iran for "high-level meetings" as diplomats say he wants to jolt Tehran into cooperating with an investigation into uranium traces found at undeclared sites.

"Director General @rafaelmgrossi will travel to Tehran for high-level meetings," the International Atomic Energy Agency said on Twitter ahead of next week's meeting of its 35-nation Board of Governors. "The DG will hold a press conference upon his return to Vienna on Saturday, late afternoon."

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