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Status: 14.06.2024 05:56

According to the International Atomic Energy Agency, Iran's nuclear program is being expanded additional. According to the US authorities, the report exhibits that this system has no credible peaceable goal.

According to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Iran is continuous to develop its nuclear program. The IAEA knowledgeable its members of an announcement by Tehran to put in further cascades of uranium centrifuges within the uranium enrichment vegetation in Natanz and Fordo.

Last week, the IAEA issued a decision criticizing Tehran's lack of willingness to cooperate for the primary time since November 2022. The doc calls for, amongst different issues, “technically credible explanations” from Tehran for the presence of uranium particles in two unintended places.

Resolution goals to extend diplomatic stress

The decision, which was launched by Germany, Britain and France towards preliminary resistance from the USA and was criticized by Iran as “hasty and unreasonable”, is barely symbolic however is meant to extend diplomatic stress on Tehran.

Iran denies that it desires to provide nuclear weapons. According to the IAEA, nevertheless, Iran is the one non-nuclear weapons state that has uranium enriched to 60 p.c and is build up massive uranium stockpiles.

The nation is now on its solution to enriching uranium to the 90 p.c required for nuclear weapons. Nuclear energy vegetation solely want uranium enriched to three.67 p.c.

“No credible peaceful purpose”

“The report released today by the IAEA makes clear that Iran is seeking to expand its nuclear program in a way that has no credible peaceful purpose,” stated US State Department spokesman Matthew Miller. Iran should instantly resume cooperation with the IAEA and absolutely adjust to its obligations.

Cooperation between Tehran and the IAEA has deteriorated lately. Planned talks with Tehran had been suspended after the dying of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi. Diplomats assume that Tehran is primarily making an attempt to realize time.