France: Iran’s nuclear activities are unprecedented dangerous and must be stopped

France urged Iran on Friday to curb its “unprecedented dangerous” nuclear activities as US envoys met with Europe to discuss efforts to revive the nuclear deal. in 2015 stalemate with Iran.

France: Iran’s nuclear activities are unprecedented dangerous and must be stopped
From the Vienna talks to relaunch the nuclear deal

The United States Envoy in Iran, Robert Malley, joined his counterparts from France, Great Britain and Germany in the meetings hosted in Paris, in what the French foreign ministry described as a “critical moment” for efforts to salvage the nuclear deal.

“It is urgent and necessary for Iran to stop its activities of unprecedented severity in violation of the agreement and immediately resume full cooperation “with the International Atomic Energy Agency, said the spokeswoman for the French Foreign Ministry Anne-Claire Logand.

The International Atomic Energy Agency monitors the nuclear deal, which aims to curb Iranian nuclear activity in change in the lifting of sanctions imposed on Tehran.

The United States withdrew from the deal in 2018 under former President Donald Trump and re-imposed sanctions on Tehran.

Bushehr nuclear plant in Iran
Bushehr nuclear plant in Iran

Since then, Iran has stepped up its nuclear activity and is now violating many aspects of the agreement known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
Iran’s nuclear activity includes enrichment of uranium, which Western countries fear could be used to build an atomic bomb.

Loander further said that the US and European partners are ready to immediately return to negotiations with Iran “in order to conclude a swift agreement on Iran’s return to its commitments and the return of the United States to the JCPOA”.

The new Iranian government led by President Ebrahim Raisi, who took office last August, has hinted that it intends to return to nuclear talks in Vienna, but has refused to set a date.

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