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The European Union has reiterated its strong commitment and continued support for the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and expressed concern over the suspension of Additional Protocol from Iran. reports that this was reported by foreign media.

"We are determined to continue working with the international community to preserve the JCPOA and ensure its full implementation," stated the European Council in a statement.

"We are deeply concerned by Iran’s decision to suspend the provisional application of the Additional Protocol as well as additional transparency provisions under the JCPOA as of 23 February 2021. Unless reversed, this decision will substantially restrict the IAEA’s ability to verify that nuclear material and activities in Iran remain for exclusively peaceful purposes," it stated.

"The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will be deprived of an essential part of its knowledge of Iran’s activities on the entirety of Iran’s nuclear fuel cycle, including R&D with advanced centrifuges," it said.

2021.02.26 / 21:35
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