In an interview with several journalists, broadcast live on television, Iranian Atomic Energy Organization spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi said Iran would continue to allow IAEA inspectors access to its facilities. warned that "Europeans must realize there is not much time left" to save the 2015 agreement.
The pact was signed between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council (United States, France, United Kingdom, Russia and China), plus Germany, and provided for the lifting of international sanctions in exchange for limitations and increased vigilance. of the Iranian nuclear program.
A year after the announcement of the US decision to abandon the deal, Iran stated that it did not feel obliged to continue to respect some of its covenant commitments until the remaining signatories could help it circumvent US sanctions.
At the time, a spokesman referred to the new phase of Iran's commitment reduction plan with the international community on its nuclear activity, but Behrouz Kamalvandi said Iran had the capacity to go beyond uranium enrichment by 20%. , according to AP.
According to analysts, this 20% level is just a small technical step from 90% enrichment, which is the level used in weaponry.
Speaking by the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization spokesman comes on the eve of the International Atomic Energy Agency meeting with the Iranian authorities.
"IAEA Acting Director General Cornel Feruta will travel to Tehran on Saturday to meet with the Iranian authorities on Sunday, September 8," the agency said in a statement issued on Friday.
According to the document, Cornel Feruta's visit is part of Iran's “ongoing interactions” with the IAEA, adding that it includes “verification and monitoring” of the agency to the Vienna agreement, signed in 2015, on Iranian nuclear energy.
On Friday, the European Commission urged Iran to step back on its intention to reduce its nuclear commitments to the international community under the agreement signed in 2015, urging Tehran not to "undermine" such a protocol.