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Russia defends Iran regarding uranium

Russia’s permanent representative to international organizations in Vienna, Mikhail Ulyanov, announced today, Friday, that the European trio continues to accuse Iran of increasing uranium enrichment, despite the report of the International Atomic Energy Agency, which confirmed that Tehran did not exceed 60 percent.

This, Ulyanov said, conducting analyzes in accredited laboratories, the International Atomic Energy Agency said that Iran has not enriched uranium more than 60 percent.. and all this appears in the report of (the agency’s head, Rafael) Grossi, and despite that, the European trio continues its allegations on this issue.

He also added, “This is not Iran’s fault, but rather the fault of the United States and the European trio, Britain, Germany and France, who are not ready to complete the agreement as an almost finished agreement, in order to restore the Iranian nuclear agreement. There are only a few lines left to agree on, and this can be done within a day or two.” , but the political will

In early March, Grossi held talks in Tehran with the head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization, Mohammad Eslami. Grossi stressed that the agency is looking forward to reaching an agreement with Iran, which would help revive the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (the nuclear agreement) on the Iranian nuclear project.

Talks aimed at reviving the nuclear agreement, signed in 2015, between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council, in addition to Germany, have stalled due to the failure of the United States and Iran to agree on the final text of the agreement, which was presented by the European mediator.

It also called on Iran to close the file of “allegations” to the International Atomic Energy Agency, regarding the finding of traces of nuclear materials in three undeclared Iranian sites. It falls within the issue of guarantees, which Tehran demands to ensure the continuity of the agreement.

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