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Iran and Russia should not rush into uranium enrichment

Iran and Russia should not rush into uranium enrichment
Tehran: Iran has started enriching uranium metal in violation of another clause of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), on which France and Russia have asked Iran to exercise restraint.

According to the World News Agency, the UN nuclear watchdog in Vienna has reported that Iran violated the terms of the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers in response to former President Trump’s withdrawal in 2018. In violation of the uranium metal production began.

France and Russia have expressed concern over Iran’s violation of another clause in the nuclear deal and called on Iran to exercise restraint. Countries involved in the global nuclear deal are trying to persuade the United States to withdraw.
Earlier, Iran warned that the new US president, Joe Biden’s administration, was running out of time to save the deal, but said that a return to the deal was conditional on full compliance with Iran’s terms.

The next day, a senior Washington administration official announced that the new US administration was unlikely to change its policy on Iran.

It should be noted that former President Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew from the nuclear deal in 2018 and imposed strict sanctions on Iran, in response to which Iran also increased uranium enrichment in violation of the terms of the agreement.

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