Russia's permanent representative to international organizations in Vienna, Mikhail Ulyanov, warned that the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency had adopted resolutions that could undermine Iran's return to its obligations within the nuclear agreement.
Ulyanov said on his Twitter page today, commenting on the intention of a number of Western countries to adopt a decision on requiring Iran to resume inspections of its entire nuclear facilities, “Attention must be paid to the serious challenge that the member states of the Agency’s Board of Governors face in the current session as they can help strengthen the regime of non Global proliferation and the restoration of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on the Iranian nuclear program or the choice not to oppose very dangerous political experiments by some parties.
Ulyanov added our advice to managers at the International Atomic Energy Agency who must decide how to deal with Iran during the current session ... If you are not ready to engage in a potential international crisis then refrain from hasty action. Adherence to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action by Iran at a time when this task becomes fully implementable.