VIENNA, 30 Aug. (DPA / EP) –
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has confirmed on Friday that Iran has far exceeded the storage limit of enriched uranium up to 241.6 kilos of this material, 38.8 kilos more than the amount stipulated in the nuclear agreement signed in 2015.
Iran thus maintains its intention to progressively dissociate itself from the nuclear agreement until it receives guarantees from its international partners, the Europeans in particular, that it will be able to establish a commercial relationship with them despite the threat of the United States, which unilaterally withdrew from the agreement and restored sanctions that have deteriorated the Iranian economy.
Likewise, the IAEA report has also confirmed that the Islamic Republic is enriching uranium with a purity of 4.5 percent, also above the 3.67 stipulated in the agreement. However, this percentage remains unchanged since it was stipulated for the first time last July.