Iran threatened to terminate the contract with Atomic Energy Agency

Iran’s foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif and the IAEA director general, Rafael Grossi

Iran’s foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif and the IAEA director general, Rafael Grossi

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A new media document states that Iran has threatened to end its cooperation agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Iran has said it will suspend cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on other monitoring operations for Iran’s nuclear program. The document threatened to end the deal with Tehran if the IAEA joined forces with the United States next week to oppose Iran’s nuclear program. It should be noted that Iran has already limited the inspection process of the Atomic Energy Agency. Iran is evading implementation of the terms and protocol of the 2015 agreement. This policy has been adopted by Iran after the US withdrew from the agreement reached with Iran in 2018 and the resumption of previous economic sanctions on Tehran. A document has been sent to the members of the Atomic Energy Agency before next week. At next week’s meeting, the International Energy Agency may pass a resolution at the behest of the United States, expressing deep concern over Iran’s nuclear program. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will urge Iran to end its violations of the nuclear deal and explain why large quantities of uranium are being used at its old and undeclared facilities, according to a document obtained by Reuters. What has been added?

On the other hand, Iran is equating any development or criticism of the IAEA with destroying the agreement. On February 21, it was agreed with the head of the Atomic Energy Agency, Raphael Grossi, to continue inspections of Tehran’s nuclear activities. The document says further complications could arise with regard to Iran’s nuclear deal. France, Britain, Germany and the United States will jointly draft a resolution expressing concern and criticism over Iran’s nuclear program. Diplomats say it is unclear whether the IAEA will pass the resolution.


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