Irans Voice after Breaking through the Uranium Enrichment Restriction: Open to Negotiations

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 Irans Voice after Breaking through the Uranium Enrichment Restriction: Open to Negotiations


Irans Foreign Ministry spokesman, Mousavi, said in a statement that Iran does not seek to create tension on the nuclear issue, and European countries have an obligation to address the root causes of tension if they want to ease the current tension.

Mousavi said that Iran still respects the Iranian nuclear agreement, but in the current situation, Iran must safeguard its rights and interests. He emphasized that the anti-Iran policy of the United States is the root of the Iranian nuclear issue. Illegally and unilaterally withdrawing from the Iranian nuclear agreement and implementing a wide range of sanctions are typical manifestations of the anti-Iran policy of the United States.

Irans government announced Wednesday that it has broken the 3.67% enriched uranium production limit of the Iranian nuclear agreement. Irans Atomic Energy Organization spokesman Behruz Kamelavandi said on the 8th that if the other signatories of the Iranian nuclear agreement can not guarantee Irans rights and interests in the agreement, Iran will achieve 20% enriched uranium production in the next step. Restrictions on the abundance of Iranian uranium enrichment activities are the core provisions of the Iranian nuclear agreement. More than 90% of highly enriched uranium belongs to weapon-grade nuclear materials and can be used to manufacture atomic bombs. In theory, however, there are few technical barriers between the production of 20% enriched uranium and 90% enriched uranium. Since the withdrawal of the U.S. from the Iranian nuclear agreement in May 2018, Iran has always stressed that the relevant European countries should fulfil their obligations in accordance with the agreement and take adequate measures to safeguard Irans interests under the Iranian nuclear agreement. Source of this article: Xinhua responsible editor: Youyuan Garden_NO4712

Irans government announced Wednesday that it has broken the 3.67% enriched uranium production limit of the Iranian nuclear agreement. Irans Atomic Energy Organization spokesman Behruz Kamelavandi said on the 8th that if the other signatories of the Iranian nuclear agreement can not guarantee Irans rights and interests in the agreement, Iran will achieve 20% enriched uranium production in the next step.

Restrictions on the abundance of Iranian uranium enrichment activities are the core provisions of the Iranian nuclear agreement. More than 90% of highly enriched uranium belongs to weapon-grade nuclear materials and can be used to manufacture atomic bombs. In theory, however, there are few technical barriers between the production of 20% enriched uranium and 90% enriched uranium.

Since the withdrawal of the U.S. from the Iranian nuclear agreement in May 2018, Iran has always stressed that the relevant European countries should fulfil their obligations in accordance with the agreement and take adequate measures to safeguard Irans interests under the Iranian nuclear agreement.