Iran plans to boost uranium enrichment capacity

Iran plans to boost uranium enrichment capacity

Iran plans to boost uranium enrichment capacity

"I call on all sides to stabilize the situation and not give into escalation which will lead to one thing: conflict", Macron said, adding that the Iranian statements added to tensions, but were not in violation of the nuclear deal.

It was unclear whether the assembly center would actually begin to produce new centrifuges.

A reaction to Trump's withdrawal?

The deal's remaining signatories - Britain, France, Germany, China and Russian Federation - have since scrambled to preserve the deal, while the U.S. for its part prepares to reimpose comprehensive sanctions on Iran.

Ahead of his visits to Berlin, Paris, and London this week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu upped the pressure on his European counterparts to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal by sharing some of the top-secret files obtained by his country pertaining to an alleged secret Iranian nuclear weapons program with German, French, and British security agencies, the UK's Times newspaper reported Monday.

Khamenei spoke almost a month after President Donald Trump announced the United States was pulling out of the landmark Iran nuclear deal. His mission was also to drum up support from Germany to repel Iranian forces from Syria and curb its rocket programme.

"Of course, I will reiterate an unchanging truth: Israel will not allow Iran to achieve nuclear weapons", he added.

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European governments have been trying to salvage the agreement ever since the United States (US) announced its withdrawal last month and said it would reimpose sanctions on foreign companies working in the Islamic republic by November.

"Iran's announcement of its intention to accelerate uranium enrichment shows that Tehran's decision-makers are in a state of panic and that could enable them to build a nuclear bomb", he said.

"In a letter that will be handed over to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)". The UN watch dog has verified Iran's compliance with the deal in 12 quarterly reports.

Earlier on Tuesday, Iran's atomic energy chief Ali Akbar Salehi emphasized that Tehran had developed infrastructure to produce electricity at the country's Natanz facility, saying that the Islamic Republic had notified the United Nations that it will install centrifuges for the uranium enrichment there. However, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron tend to agree with Trump that talks with Iran must be broadened in order to cover missiles and Tehran's global activities. Seeking to undo almost every Obama administration legacy, Trump came into office calling it the "worst deal ever".

However, Netanyahu did urge the French leader to impose economic sanctions on Iran to help dissuade it from pursuing a nuclear weapon.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was met by scores of protesters calling for him to be tried as a war criminal on Tuesday at the Paris stop of his tour of European capitals. The Israeli leader repeatedly slammed the deal despite his own military and intelligence chiefs' assessment the that JCPOA, while not flawless, was working and should be maintained.

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