Wednesday, January 27

Iran nuclear crisis: Tehran passes law to increase uranium enrichment and prevent UN inspections of its nuclear facilities


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Hassan Rouhani, President of Iran, stated that he opposes the implementation of the new law.

With a new law, Iran seeks to halt UN inspections of its nuclear facilities and also push forward its uranium enrichment program.

The new rule states that the Tehran government can increase uranium enrichment to 20%, well above the 3.67% agreed in the 2015 multi-sided nuclear agreement, if international sanctions against the country are not suspended within two months.

In this regard, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani stated that he was opposed to the implementation of the law.

The approval made in the Islamic Consultative Assembly (Parliament) comes a week after the controversial death of the main nuclear scientist from Iran.

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