The sites that would see cameras removed include its underground Natanz nuclear enrichment facility, as well as its facility in Isfahan.
A team of experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency visited the plant in February and met with officials.
The staff had access to food and water, and medicine to a limited extent. However, the situation for the staff was worsening.
IAEA chief 'ready' to visit Chernobyl to ensure safety and security of all Ukraine’s nuclear power plants
Rafael Mariano Grossi made clear that his proposal had nothing to do with attempting a political resolution to the conflict in Ukraine.
While Iran maintains its program is peaceful, regional rival Israel has repeatedly warned it won't allow Tehran to build a nuclear weapon and is suspected of launching attacks targeting its program.
Writing on Twitter on Monday, Rafael Mariano Grossi said he hoped to address outstanding questions with Iranian officials.
Hazard, who cost Madrid 100 million euros ($115 million), has endured an injury-plagued two years since joining from Chelsea and he has not started any of their last five matches.
Mariano Dias, who is busy conducting the AFC B Diploma Coaching Course in Bhubaneswar, feels that a lot of opportunities are opening up for Indian coaches.
Spain will kick off its World Cup campaign in Group B against Portugal on June 15 in Sochi on Russia's Black Sea coast.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Friday rejected a call by ousted Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont to meet after separatists won a parliamentary majority in crucial regional polls.
Spain on a knife's edge as Madrid takes direct control over Catalonia, fires defiant separatist leaders
Rajoy said he had also formally removed Catalonia's separatist leader Carles Puigdemont and his executive from office as part of measures to "restore normality".
As Catalonia's independence crisis deepens, here are the key events that have rocked the region since this month's referendum on splitting from Spain.
Spain's premier urged senators Friday to impose direct rule on Catalonia, where separatists fought back with a proposed independence bid.
Spain's premier urged senators Friday to adopt radical measures to impose direct rule on rebel Catalonia and depose its president in a bid to halt the region's independence bid.
Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont has delayed making his statement until 1230 GMT on Thursday as discontent mounts among independence supporters in Barcelona.