Vienna (IP) - Deputy Foreign Minister and the head of Iran's delegation to Vienna talks and the JCPOA Joint Commission meeting, announced the start of 60% uranium enrichment in Iran.

Iran PressEurope: "In a letter, Iran has informed the IAEA's director-general that it starts 60 percent uranium enrichment as of Wednesday," Abbas Araghchi said.

The 18th round of meetings of the JCPOA Joint Commission was held virtually from April 2 with Iranian diplomats and the G4+1.

The representatives of the countries decided to continue the talks in person in Vienna.

Two working groups on lifting sanctions and nuclear measures are currently working on the necessary measures in parallel.

At Friday's meeting, members decided to resume talks in Vienna from Wednesday.


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