The Netherlands is concerned about Iran’s announcement that it will enrich uranium by up to 60%. In a statement, the Dutch Foreign Ministry expressed its “strong support” for the report of the three European signatories to the nuclear deal.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced this week that Iran would enrich uranium by up to 60%. Its another violation Joint Comprehensive Action PlanThis brings the Iranian regime closer to nuclear weapons production capabilities. Iran made the announcement to the International Atomic Energy Agency on April 13.
According to Rouhani, it was decided to enrich uranium by up to 60% in response to the incident in Natanz. An incident occurred a day after advanced centrifuges were implemented there – in violation of the JCPOA – in which the nuclear power plant was said to have suffered severe damage. According to anonymous officials quoted by The New York Times, Iran’s capabilities to enrich uranium are a serious blow. The Iranian regime has accused Israel of being behind the attack and has vowed revenge.
In response to Iran’s decision to enrich uranium to 60%, E3 is one Report Published. The three signatories to the JCPOA – Germany, France and Great Britain – claim to have “taken very seriously” the Iranian communications to the International Atomic Energy Agency. “This is a serious development because the production of highly enriched uranium is an important step in the production of nuclear weapons. Iran does not need a reliable public enrichment at this level,” E3 said.
The three European signatories “reject the increasing actions of any actor”. This refers not only to Iranian violations, but also to the alleged attack on Natz. Earlier, German Foreign Minister Heiko Moss said there was “no positive contribution” to the incident.
A Report The Dutch Foreign Ministry expresses “strong support” for the E3 report. “The Netherlands is concerned about the Iranian announcement to enrich uranium by up to 60%”. In that statement, the Netherlands calls on Iran “To act in the sense of creative diplomacy JCPOATalks in Vienna ”.
This week, talks are underway in Vienna on the re-entry of the United States into the nuclear deal. In 2018, then-President Donald Trump expelled the United States from the JCPOA. Other signatories – the UK, Germany, France, Russia and China – have tried to keep the agreement with Iran, but Tehran continues to violate the agreements.
Under current President Joe Biden, the United States wants to return to the JCPOA. However, Iran is demanding that the US government lift all sanctions against the Iranian regime under Trump. Only then will Tehran agree to abide by the terms of the nuclear deal.