Iran has 22 times more uranium than allowed
VIENNA.— The UN nuclear body affirmed that Iran's reserves of enriched uranium exceed the limit set by the agreement reached in 2015 with world powers by more than 22 times.
The reserves totaled 4,486 kilograms on October 28, compared to 3,795 in mid-August, exceeding by 22 times the 202.8 kilograms established in the agreement that limited Iran's atomic activities in exchange for lifting international sanctions. according to a report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
The organization also condemned Iran's decision to prohibit several of its inspectors from accessing its facilities, which "directly and seriously" affects its ability to control its nuclear program.
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This “unprecedented” measure is “extreme and unjustified,” the agency said. According to a diplomatic source cited by AFP, eight experts are banned.
The director general of the IAEA, Rafael Grossi, received a response from Iran yesterday, defending its “right” to revoke the accreditation of the inspectors, although he said he would “explore the possibilities” of reversing his decision.
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