Iran has launched new advanced decentralizations that could quickly enrich uranium. This was announced by President Hassan Rohani. In doing so, the country is again violating the agreements on the Iranian nuclear program discussed at the high-level international level this week.
Iranian state television chief Rohani Nadans shows the opening of nuclear reactors at the Iranian nuclear plant. These are 164 centrifuges of the IR-6 type and thirty IR-5 centrifuges. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said earlier this month that Iran had begun enriching uranium with a new type of nuclear decentralization.
Iran held talks with Germany, France, the United Kingdom, China and Russia in Vienna this week, and the United States is seeking to renew the agreement following Iran’s cancellation and breach.
Direct talks between Iran and the United States have not yet taken place, but the EU’s diplomatic service, which is coordinating the talks, says the talks are “progressing” creatively. Negotiations will be “intensified” next week.
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Recently, Tehran has become less and less concerned about the restrictions imposed on the country’s nuclear program by international agreements. In addition, the country seems to want to put pressure on US President Joe Biden to make concessions when concluding a new nuclear deal.
Biden wants to rejoin the nuclear deal, but the United States wants to lift sanctions on Iran only if the country stops enriching uranium. However, Tehran is demanding that Washington take the first step.