Americans will not be allowed to inspect Iran's nuclear sites: On July 30, 2015, Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi pointed out, "American and Canadian inspectors cannot be sent to Iran. It is mentioned in the deal that inspectors should be from countries that have diplomatic relations with Islamic Republic of Iran."
TEHRAN, Iran — Changes to a U.S. visa waiver program that impose travel restrictions on those who visit Iran contradict the landmark nuclear agreement between Tehran and world powers, Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi said Sunday.
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