France has asked “strongly” Sunday Iran to put an end to all activities not under its commitments under the Vienna Agreement on its nuclear activities.
“France notes with great concern that Iran has announced today that it has committed the production of enriched uranium beyond the limit of 3.67% set by the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. Action – JCPOA) “, said the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a statement.
The Quai d’Orsay (French Minister) said it expects a confirmation of this announcement by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). “We urge Iran to stop all activities are not in line with its JCPOA commitments,” he added.
“France is in close contact with the partners concerned to start the de-escalation of tensions related to the Iranian nuclear issue,” the ministry concluded.
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