Iran pledges not to exceed 60% uranium enrichment

He & nbsp; explained that & nbsp; uranium enrichment in & nbsp; the country is engaged in & nbsp; industrial purposes, but & npbs; weapons.

On the & nbsp; question of RIA Novosti About & nbsp; whether Iran will exceed & nbsp; 60% uranium enrichment if negotiations on the & nbsp; nuclear deal in & nbsp; Vienna are not & nbsp; successful, Mr. Eslami replied in the negative. “ All our goals for & nbsp; part of uranium enrichment are & nbsp; satisfaction of our industrial, production needs, and & nbsp; also the needs of our consumers in & nbsp; those goods that our country and & nbsp; our population need today & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; the official explained.

The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) was concluded in & nbsp; 2015 by Iran with & nbsp; “ Group of Six ''; (USA, Russia, China, UK, Germany, France). The plan provided for the phased lifting of economic sanctions from & nbsp; Tehran in & nbsp; exchange for & nbsp; curtailment of its nuclear program and & nbsp; admission of IAEA experts to & nbsp; relevant facilities for & nbsp; control. In & nbsp; May 2018, US President Donald Trump unilaterally announced & nbsp; withdrawal from the & nbsp; agreement and & nbsp; resumed anti-Iranian sanctions. This prompted Tehran to & nbsp; phase out the deal.

Talks to & nbsp; re-establish the Iranian nuclear deal. resumed on November 29 & nbsp; in & nbsp; Vienna after almost half a year break. Tehran reported that two new draft agreements were signed. The State Department considers the results of the seventh round of negotiations to be insufficiently successful. In the & nbsp; case of their & nbsp; failure, the US promised to take action.



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