DUBAI, Nov. 4 (Reuters / EP) –
Iran's regime announced Monday that it will soon have 30 new advanced IR-6 centrifuges, a step that is part of the progressive abandonment of the commitments adopted under the nuclear agreement signed in 2015 with the 5 + 1 group (States United, Russia, China, France, United Kingdom and Germany).
The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Ali Akbar Salehi, has been the Iranian leader who has announced this new step in the atomic program of the Ayatollah regime. “Today we are witnessing the launch of a new series of IR-6 centrifuges,” said Salehi. The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran has said that this new step in the atomic program will show “the capacity and determination” of the Islamic Republic.
In 2018, the president of the United States, Donald Trump, decided that his country unilaterally abandon the nuclear agreement signed with the Ayatollah regime in July 2015, a pact by which the Government of Tehran promised to reduce its nuclear program in exchange for the withdrawal of international sanctions.
After leaving the pact, the United States has reactivated the sanctions against the Iranian authorities and the Islamic Republic has been announcing steps that involve the progressive breach of the commitments adopted under the agreement.