Us Iran Nuclear Agreement

February 1970: The Iranian Parliament ratifies the Non-Proliferation Treaty. Russia and Iran signed a bilateral nuclear cooperation agreement in August 1992. [10] In a follow-up agreement in 1995, Russia agreed to the construction of the Bushehr-1 nuclear power plant and secretly proposed to Iran to supply Iran with a large research reactor, a fuel plant and a gas centrifuge plant. [11] When U.S. President Bill Clinton heard about these secret negotiations, he expressed his concerns about technology transfers to Russian President Boris Yeltsin, who eventually agreed to reduce Russian-Iranian nuclear cooperation, at least until the completion of the Bushehr construction. [12] Despite the ban on nuclear cooperation with Iran, U.S. officials believe Russian scientists and institutes have helped Iranian engineers in sensitive areas of the nuclear fuel cycle and in the construction of a 40 MW heavy water research reactor in Arak. [13] On 22 July 2015, Abbas Araghchi, Iran`s deputy foreign minister, who led the negotiations, announced on state-controlled television that the recent nuclear deal with world powers would not limit Iran`s weapons capabilities or ballistic power and that Tehran would continue to arm its regional allies. «During the negotiations, we told them [the powers P5-1] that we will deliver weapons to everyone and everywhere and import weapons from anywhere we want, and we have made that clear during the negotiations,» Araghchi said. [15] 11 July 2020: The Iranian Parliament approves a plan to halt the implementation of the additional protocol to the safeguards agreement in response to the International Atomic Energy Agency`s Governing Council resolution calling on Iran to comply with the Agency`s investigation into Iran`s possible undeclared nuclear activities in the past. Despite these measures, Iran continues the additional protocol. 2-6 June 2014: At the IAEA Board meeting, Director General Yukiya Amano said that Iran was complying with the terms of the interim agreement and the Agency`s investigation into unresolved concerns about Iran`s nuclear program.

The Agency`s quarterly report shows that Iran has neutralized almost all of its 20 per cent uranium gas reserves by dilution or powder processing. September 25, 2018: U.S. President Donald Trump addresses the United Nations General Assembly in New York. «Iran`s leaders are wreekening chaos, death and destruction,» he said, adding that many Countries in the Middle East supported his decision to withdraw from the JCPOA and reinstate nuclear sanctions against Iran. «Additional sanctions will resume on 5 November and more will follow.