According to an Iranian news agency Meher on the 5th, Kamalwandi, spokesman of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, said that Iran has the ability to produce enriched uranium enriched by 40% and 60%.
According to the relevant provisions of the recently promulgated Anti-Sanctions Strategic Law, if Iran needs enriched uranium enriched by more than 20% in some cases, the relevant basic preparations should also be improved, so the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization has also taken into account the relevant situation.
In addition, he said that Iran currently uses IR1 centrifuges to produce enriched uranium enriched up to 20%, and also has the ability to use IR4, IR2M and IR6 centrifuges.
In addition, Iran currently stores 4 tons of enriched uranium enriched with an abundance of 3.5% to 4%, and plans to increase its reserves to 10 tons within one year.
On the 4th, Iranian government spokesman Rabbi said that Iran had begun uranium enrichment activities enriched by 20% and obtained the first batch of UF6 products hours after the event began.
Subsequently, Foreign Minister Zarif said that the measures taken by Iran were due to the failure of several signatories to the Iran nuclear agreement to fulfill their commitments for many years, which fully met the provisions of Article 36 of the Iran Nuclear Agreement.
If all other parties fulfill their commitments, Iran’s measures will also be completely reversible.