Iran’s nuclear program “very worrying”

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International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director Rafael Grossi called his uranium enrichment program “very worrying” Iran.

In an interview published today in the Financial Times newspaper, excerpts of which are rebroadcast by AMPE, Grossi stated that Tehran is enriching uranium to levels of purity that only bomb-making countries can reach.

“A country that gets rich at 60% is very serious – only bomb-making countries reach that level. “60% is almost to the point of making weapons, the enrichment for commercial purposes is 2.3%,” he said.

According to Grossi, it is Iran’s sovereign right to develop it its nuclear program, however this is a level that requires vigilance.

Grossi said most of the measures Iran has taken can be reversed relatively easily, but the level of research and development that has taken place is an issue.

“You can’t put the genie back in the lamp – once you know how to do something, you realize, and the only way to check that is through verification,” he said.

“The Iranian program has developed, it has become more sophisticated so a linear return to 2015 is no longer possible. What we can do is to keep their actions below the parameters of 2015 “.

In July 2015, Iran signed an agreement with the EU, France, Germany, Britain, China, Russia and the United States to drastically de-escalate its nuclear program for the next 15 years.

The US withdrew from the agreement in 2018 causing Iran to start steadily exceeding the limits of the agreement on its nuclear program, which was intended to make it more difficult to build a nuclear bomb, an ambition that Tehran denies.

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