Iran stops some commitments on nuclear deal
Iran has officially suspended the fulfilment of some of its commitments to the 2015 nuclear deal on Wednesday, according to an Atomic Energy Agency official.
Iran Press/Iran news: Under the instruction of the Supreme National Security Council of Iran, the commitments on the sale of additional enriched uranium and heavy water, which is the first step of Iran in the first 60 days, will not be fulfilled, the official was quoted as saying by ISNA.
Implementation of programs related to the suspension of some of Iran's obligations under the Joint Comprehensive Plan Of Action was noted in the statement of the Supreme National Security Council of Iran.
One year after the US announcement of withdrawal from the 2015 deal, Iran informed ambassadors from the United Kingdom, France, Germany, China and Russia of its decision to stop implementing "some commitments" under a 2015 nuclear deal.
Highlighting Iran’s continued commitment to the deal, president Hassan Rouhani stated that Iran would give remaining parties to the deal 60 days to uphold their end of the bargain before Iran would be forced to walk away. 101/211