The European Nuclear Horns express ‘concern’ over Iran’s nuclear plan

Germany, UK and France express ‘concern’ over Iran’s nuclear plan | world | DW

July 12, 2021Edmond Reeves

In a joint statement, the foreign ministries of these three countries indicated that Iran had no “credible civilian need” to produce metallic uranium, the first step in developing nuclear weapons.

They added that the move is a violation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), established in Vienna in 2015 between Iran and the five permanent members of the United Nations, China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States – Germany and the European Union. Under the deal, Iran agreed, among other things, to phase out its reserves of medium-enriched uranium.

The memo, which appears on Wednesday on the Iranian Foreign Ministry’s website, adds that this new move by Iran “is of further concern at a time when no date has been set for the continuation of negotiations in Vienna on the return to the JCPOA.” Office.

The three countries ask Tehran to stop “without delay” all activities that violate the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and to return to negotiations in Vienna. “With these latest steps, Iran threatens a successful outcome of the Vienna talks despite the progress made so far in six rounds of negotiations,” they added.

Iran has announced that it will begin manufacturing fuel to run a nuclear reactor where isotopes are produced to fight cancer, in a process during which uranium is generated with a purity of up to 20%.

Yesterday, the International Atomic Energy Agency confirmed the Iranian intentions that have been trying for two decades to confirm whether the Iranian nuclear program has a military dimension or has a military dimension.READ  Bowwall fans return as he took Millwall and the Knee Derby football

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  • Shah Reza Pahlavi leaving Iran on January 16, 1979 (Photo: of the Islamic Revolution (02.2018)The Shah leaves PersiaAs early as January 16, 1979, Shah Reza Pahlavi left Iran. A short time ago, at the Guadeloupe Conference, he had supported the Western governments, which had been in favor of dialogue with Khomeini. US President Jimmy Carter offered the Shah to stay in the United States, which he accepted.
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  • Photo gallery of the 57th revolution in IranHistory of the Islamic Revolution (02.2018)Transitional Prime MinisterOn February 5, 1979, Khomeini appointed Mehdi Bazargan of the National Front as the interim prime minister. It seems that the clergy will cooperate with the liberal opposition. However, disputes soon erupted between the two sides and Bazargan resigned on November 5, 1979 in response to the hostage-taking at the US Embassy in Tehran, which Khomeini condoned.
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  • Photo gallery of the 57th revolution in IranHistory of the Islamic Revolution (02.2018)military saluteThe elite unit of the Iranian Air Force salutes Ayatollah Khomeini. The Iranian Air Force played a central role in the victory of the revolution because it gave citizens access to their weapons depots. On February 9, there was a final uprising of the Imperial Guard, which attacked an army base.
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