Iran will offer United Nations inspectors 'less access' to its nuclear program as part of its pressure campaign on the West. However, UN investigators will still be able to monitor Tehran's work for up to three months, the UN nuclear chief Rafael Grossi said.
Grossi's comments came after an emergency weekend trip to Iran. He further said the IAEA reached a “technical understanding” with Tehran to continue to allow monitoring of its nuclear programme for up to three months. But his remarks to journalists underlined a narrowing window for the US and others to reach terms with Iran