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Index – Abroad – IAEA personnel have traveled to Iran to clear up misunderstandings about uranium enrichment

Index – Abroad – IAEA personnel have traveled to Iran to clear up misunderstandings about uranium enrichment

Iran’s semi-official Tasnim news agency quoted the head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Agency as saying on Wednesday that officials from the International Atomic Energy Agency had arrived in Tehran to find a solution to the nuclear misunderstanding.

Muhammad Aslami said that agency officials are in the Iranian capital, Tehran, and have begun negotiations, visits and inspections. He added that the purpose of their trip was to settle “misunderstandings caused by one of the inspectors”.

Tehran denies

And last week, the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency said it was in talks with Iran about the results of its latest inspections, after Bloomberg News reported that the agency had discovered 84 percent enriched uranium, which is close to weapons-grade level.

A spokesman for Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization denied the news on Monday, saying that Tehran’s uranium enrichment did not exceed 60 percent purity.

Through discussions and coordination, we prevent further misunderstandings and interruptions in our cooperation with the Agency

– The media quoted the Islamist on Wednesday.

In 2018, the United States withdrew from the nuclear agreement (JCPOA) signed by Tehran and Western powers in 2015, which allowed Western sanctions to be lifted on the southwest Asian country in exchange for curbs on Iran’s nuclear activities.

Tehran responded to the reimposition of US sanctions by withdrawing restrictions on Iranian nuclear activities agreed to in the deal and increasing Iran’s uranium enrichment to a level that prompted IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi to declare that the Iran nuclear deal was now an “empty skeleton”. “.

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