Grabien Mobile App
Get Grabien on the go!

Iran: Violations of Nuclear Deal and the Global Impact

The Iranian regime said on Sunday it is fully prepared to enrich uranium at any level and with any amount, in further violation of the nuclear deal.

The Iranian Regime's President Hassan Rouhani declared last Wednesday, July 3, that as of July 7 the regime will increase its enrichment of uranium to any amount it wants and will recommence activities at its heavy water reactor in Arak. The international community expressed extreme concern over violating the limits on uranium enrichment and urged Iran to reverse its steps.



Germany says it is "extremely concerned" about the Iranian regime’s announcement that it will break the limit on uranium enrichment set by the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.

The German foreign ministry said in a statement Sunday that it is awaiting further information from the U.N. the atomic watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency after the Iranian regime officials announced Tehran is ramping up the level of uranium enrichment beyond the 3.67% permitted under the deal.



Britain warned Iran's regime on Sunday to "immediately stop and reverse all activities" violating the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.

The British Foreign Office issued its warning after Tehran's announcement on Sunday that it would break the 3.67% uranium enrichment limit set in the pact.

Britain's Press Association quoted a foreign ministry spokesman as saying: "While the UK remains fully committed to the deal, Iran must immediately stop and reverse all activities inconsistent with its obligations."


European Union:

The European Union said on Sunday parties to the 2015 Iran nuclear the deal is discussing a possible emergency meeting after the Iranian regime announced that it will overstep the accord's limit on uranium enrichment.

EU spokeswoman Maja Kocijancic said Sunday that the bloc is "extremely concerned" about the Iranian regime’s decision to ramp up enrichment beyond the 3.67 percent limit. She said the EU has warned the Iranian regime against such moves.

Amid growing tensions in the region, she told The Associated Press that the EU is in contact with other parties to the accord to discuss next steps, "including a joint commission."

The European strategy for the next few months, one senior diplomat involved in the discussions said, is to buy some time to defuse the crisis. There is no immediate urgency about starting the process for “snapback” sanctions — exercising provisions of the deal to punish Iran by swiftly restoring lapsed penalties.



United States President Donald Trump on Sunday warned the Iranian regime that it better be careful after Tehran announced that it has increased its uranium enrichment above the limit set by the regime's 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.

When asked about Iran on Sunday, President Trump told reporters, "Iran better be careful."

The Iranian regime is “doing a lot of bad things,” President Trump said. “The way they want it, they would have automatic rights to have nuclear weapons. Iran will never have a nuclear weapon,” he added.



The National Council of Resistance in Iran ( NCRI) who gave the world its first real glimpse into the regime’s then the largely-secret nuclear effort, touching off a nearly-two-decade-long effort by America and its allies to prevent a nuclear Iran, Commenting on Rouhani’s the announcement, the Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) Mohammad Mohaddessin said: “The events of recent days and Rouhani’s announcement today show clearly that the mullahs’ regime never abandoned its nuclear weapons projects and it is trying to find an opportunity to pursue it once again. As the Iranian Resistance has repeatedly stated, the regime must not be allowed to carry out any uranium enrichment and its nuclear projects must be entirely dismantled.

Like our work? Support the cause.