Iran's chief negotiator at international talks on its nuclear programe said late on Saturday he believed they could not conclude this week.
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Washington told Tehran on Tuesday that it must let the UN atomic agency continue to monitor its activities, as they agreed on, or put wider talks on reviving the Iran nuclear deal at risk, Reuters reported.
The director of the international nuclear watchdog agency, IAEA, said Iran's lack of cooperation over the past few months prevents him from being able to assure the public that the country is not building a nuclear weapon.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said in a recent report that its monitoring relations with Iran are not satisfactory amid nuclear talks to restore Iran’s 2015 nuclear deal that appear likely to be extended.
Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have extended a technical agreement reached in February for another month, which allows the agency to monitor the country’s activities at its nuclear sites.
New documents stolen from inside Iran in 2018 show that the country was ready to quickly reach a nuclear bomb by late 2003, a Washington Post report said.
Iran has enriched uranium to 63 percent, higher than the announced 60 percent that already complicated talks to revive its nuclear deal with world powers, a report by the UN nuclear watchdog said on Tuesday.
A new Dutch intelligence report revealed that in 2020 Iran made several attempts to obtain technology to bolster its weapons of mass destruction (WMD) program and consistently tried to develop atomic weapons.
Indirect negotiations in Vienna to resume the 2015 nuclear deal by the United States and Iran are in "an unclear place," US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said on Friday.
Iran and world powers said they have made some progress on how to restore the 2015 nuclear accord, Officials from Tehran and EU announced.