Iran has officially suspended fulfillment of a part of its obligations on a nuclear deal

Since May 15, 2019, Iran has officially suspended the fulfillment of part of its obligations under the terms of the 2015 international nuclear deal. It was stated by a representative of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran.

According to him, the decision to suspend certain obligations, adopted by the Supreme National Security Council of Iran, began to act officially.

Recall that Iran may restore uranium enrichment works if, within 60 days, world leaders do not protect the country's interests from the action of the US sanctions.

Tehran will return to fulfilling its obligations under the nuclear deal only if the signatories join the negotiations and help Iran.

The agreement on the Iranian nuclear program was adopted on July 15, 2015. Iran has pledged to allow International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors to its nuclear facilities in exchange for the step-by-step lifting of Western sanctions. The agreement was signed between Iran, the United States, the Russian Federation, the People's Republic of China, Great Britain, France and Germany.

On May 8, 2018, the US President Donald Trump announced his withdrawal from the agreement on Iran’s nuclear program.  He also added that in the near future documents will be signed on the restoration of sanctions against the Iranian regime.

Source: eurointegration

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