France, Germany and the United Kingdom, the three European countries that have signed an agreement on the Iranian nuclear program, will be awarded to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Resolution condemning the restrictions imposed by the regime on the agency’s inspection of its nuclear facilitiesDiplomatic sources informed the agency on Monday AFP.
The Europeans will give this presentation during the Governing Body talks at the IAEA headquarters in Vienna this week. Try to find an approach that helps balance and save determination and control Joint Comprehensive Action Plan (JCPOA).
The deal has been in balance since former US President Donald Trump unilaterally decided in 2018 to step back and re-impose sanctions on the Islamic Republic. The current US president, the situation is not improving, Joe Biden, Tehran has promised to reverse this decision until it again fulfills its nuclear obligations. In contrast, Iran is asking for the abolition of punitive measures as a precondition for renegotiation.
European Union resolution could overturn IAEA Secretary-General Argentina’s three-month interim agreement Raphael Crossy, UN. It arrived in Iran on February 23 to mitigate what it called “massive losses” based on the organization’s investigations.
Iran has threatened to “suspend” the deal if a referendum is held in favor of the key resolution, promising to provide all data from security cameras on its facilities and other requirements until sanctions are lifted. The end of the said period.
“The introduction of a resolution would be completely counterproductive and destructive to the total impact of constructive exchanges with the agency,” he warned in an informal note addressed to member states of the Islamic Republic.
According to various sources, The resolution proposed by the Europeans could be voted on Friday and will have the support of the United States.
Company AFP Access the version of the text “Expresses serious concern [de esos países] “Iran’s decision to comply with some of its obligations related to the study and urges Iran to resume implementation immediately.” “
A diplomatic source said that the failure of the Iranian regime to comply with the agreement was “a risk to be taken” to protect the “credibility of the agency” and to counter the “threat” of the Islamic Republic.
The latest warning comes ahead of June 2020, following Tehran’s refusal to inspect two suspected plants. This is the first important decision since 2012.
Russia, one of the main allies of the Persian regime, clearly opposed the speech. The Russian ambassador to Vienna-based international organizations pointed out on social media that this type of action was an “unfortunate mistake”. Mikhail Ulyanov, Monday.
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov has pointed out that the US bombings in Syria last week against pro-Iranian militants were intended to undermine any talks. “There is no doubt that influential forces in Washington took action to disrupt this meeting,” he was quoted as saying by the Russian news agency. Toss.
However, before the meeting began, Rafael Crossi said the issue of research should not be used as a “bargaining chip” during negotiations.
Iranian diplomatic spokesman mentions temporary agreement signed with IAEA Do not wait for Saeed, Announced on Monday that “Iran has retired in good faith to the other party.” “We hope the other side appreciates this approach of diplomacy and cooperation,” he said.
In recent weeks, the Islamic Republic has taken a new step towards withdrawing from the treaty (uranium enrichment level 20%, uranium metal production and exploration limit), In order to guide the United States to lift sanctions that are suffocating its economy.
The JCPOA, which was achieved in Vienna in 2015 between Iran and the 5 + 1 group (France, the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia, China and Germany), initially sought to shape the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program in exchange for easing international sanctions. . Despite their refusal, Tehran has been accused of trying to equip itself with a nuclear weapon.
In this sense, recent violations of the treaty have alerted the international community. The IAEA says Tehran began producing uranium metal weeks ago. On February 8, the UN. The company “checks 3.6 grams of uranium metal at the Isfahan plant” (in the center of the country). This matter is sensitive because uranium metal can be used to make nuclear weapons.
The nuclear deal includes a 15-year ban on “the production or acquisition of plutonium or uranium metals and their alloys.” In addition, it predicts that Iran will be empowered to investigate uranium-based fuels “on a small scale” after 10 years, but only with the approval of other signatories.
“Iran has shown restraint in negotiating this technical agreement with the IAEA, and it would be insane for Americans to waste their time,” he said. AFP Kelsey Davenport, Director of non-proliferation policy for the Arms Control Association, tells Washington to make a “firm gesture.”
“In the short term,” the UN said. He warned that the company would be able to continue its work without much impact on tests, “but if the situation continues, confidence in the nuclear program’s peaceful nature will weaken.”
With information from AFP