Iran briefly held an inspector for the UN nuclear watchdog in the Islamic Republic and seized her travel documents, diplomats familiar with the International Atomic Energy Agency's work said on Wednesday, some describing it as harassment.
The incident appears to be the first of its kind since Tehran's landmark deal with major powers was struck in 2015, imposing restrictions
on Iran's nuclear activities in exchange for the lifting of international sanctions.
It comes at a time of heightened frictions between Iran and the West, with Tehran breaching the deal's restrictions step-by-step in response to Washington's withdrawal from the deal and renewed sanctions. The IAEA is also in transition, with a new chief due to take office next month.