The acting representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran said that the new International Atomic Energy Agency report on Iran's nuclear activities is a typical technical one on the measures taken by Tehran based on the usual procedure.

Iran PressEurope: Mohammad Reza Ghaebi, expressed that the new International Atomic Energy Agency's report is a typical technical one, the IAEA has informed members of this institution of their regular inspection.

Ghaebi added, based on this report, Iran has started to inject gas into centrifuges at Fordow facility in Qom, south of Tehran province, to produce uranium hexafluoride with a rich 20%.

He added that Iran has allowed the IAEA to increase its inspection on this site.

Hours ago, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said Iran had started the process of enriching uranium to up to 20% purity with one cascade, or cluster, of 166 advanced IR-6 machines at Fordow. Those machines are far more efficient than the first-generation IR-1.

The Iranian Atomic Energy Organization has launched a 20% increase in uranium from last January in order to enforce the law "Strategic Action Plan to Lift Sanctions and Protect Iranian Nation's Interests".

This law has been approved in response to the US illegal withdrawal from the JCPOA and the failure of European countries towards their obligations.

Based on paragraphs 26 and 36, If the opposite side does not adhere to its obligations, Iran has the right to stop its obligations in a general or partial form.

Iran has emphasized that if sanctions are lifted, Iran is ready to return to its obligations. 219