Iran removes the obligation on the nuclear deal

Iran has officially announced the abandonment of the “last key restrictions in the nuclear deal, concerning the number of centrifuges”.

“Iran is the fifth step in the reduction of the obligations refuses the last of the key practical constraints in the Joint comprehensive action plan, concerning the number of centrifuges”, — reads the statement of the government, extracts from which cites RIA Novosti.

Thus any restrictions on working with Iran’s nuclear program left, stated Iranian officials.

While Tehran has promised that he will continue to cooperate with the IAEA. However, Iran is ready to resume his obligations, if he will sanctions be lifted and the secured interests under the nuclear deal.

for the first time Earlier, Tehran rejected some nuclear limitations in may last year — exactly one year of US withdrawal from the agreement on the Iranian nuclear program (8 may 2018). AT this stage it was about the stockpiles of enriched uranium and heavy water. Then Iran has stated several times on the reduction of its obligations. The last time the country abandoned the contract on November 6 last year, to begin using centrifuges for uranium enrichment at the facility in Fordow.

Earlier official representative the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Iran Abbas Mousavi said that Tehran refuses to negotiate with the White house on the nuclear deal after the death of General Soleimani.