VIENNA — The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency seeks to restart broader inspections of nuclear facilities in Iran as the country enriches uranium to levels that would let it create weapons.
The production of uranium at higher levels of enrichment “brings Iran closer to levels for which the development of military uses could not be excluded,” IAEA Director-General Rafael Grossi told Nikkei in an interview Friday.
Iran told the IAEA in January that it planned to enrich uranium to 20% concentration, and last month it suspended its compliance with a protocol in the 2015 agreement Tehran struck with world powers that allows for snap inspections and other monitoring measures. Read more…..
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