surveillance cameras

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  • محمد اسلامی 2022-08-05 12:13

    Nuclear chief: Iran will turn on IAEA cameras if accusations dropped

    TEHRAN - Mohammad Eslami, the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI), said on Thursday that Iran will turn on the International Atomic Energy Agency's surveillance cameras provided that all accusations levelled against the Islamic Republic are withdrawn.

  • AEOI 2022-06-08 14:29

    Iran removes two IAEA cameras in response to IAEA act

    TEHRAN — The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) released a statement on Wednesday announcing that it has removed two of the International Atomic Energy Agency’s surveillance cameras which were beyond Safeguards agreement from a nuclear facility.

  • غریب آبادی 2021-09-27 22:02

    Don’t expect installation of IAEA cameras damaged by Israel without costs: Iran tells E3, US, IAEA

    TEHRAN – Iran’s ambassador to the IAEA on Monday afternoon reacted to the remarks by the representatives of the U.S., the European trio (E3), as well as the IAEA regarding the Tesa Complex in Karaj, saying they cannot “remain silent” in the face the Israeli regime’s “terrorist operations” against the Iranian sites and don’t prevent it and then seek a continued IAEA surveillance of the sites that have suffered damage in the terrorist sabotage acts.

  • 220 surveillance cameras added to once royal palaces in northern Tehran 2021-09-06 21:00

    220 surveillance cameras added to once royal palaces in northern Tehran

    TEHRAN – A total of 220 surveillance cameras and their associated hardware have been installed across the Sadabad Cultural-Historical Complex to beef up the safekeeping of the once royal palaces and their premises.

  • UNESCO-designated Tchogha Zanbil equipped with electronic protection devices 2021-02-12 23:40

    UNESCO-designated Tchogha Zanbil equipped with electronic protection devices

    TEHRAN – Sets of electronic protection devices and surveillance cameras have recently been installed across the UNESCO-registered Tchogha Zanbil, which is a ruined prehistoric ziggurat and a top tourist destination in southwest Iran.