Uranium stockpilings in Iran breaches the 2015 nuclear deal


China and Russia has indicted the U.S. for low-enriched uranium Iranian reserve that breaches the 2015 nuclear deal.

Both countries state that tension the U.S. on Iran has led to the break of a deal. Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang denounced that he “regretted” about Iran’s decision to make stockpilings and said that “the US’ extreme pressure is the root cause of the current Iranian nuclear tension”, adding the “Iranian side has repeatedly stressed that it is willing to stay in a comprehensive agreement, and the measures it has taken are reversible”.

Ms Shuang would like all the parties to show restraint, protect comprehensive agreements, preventing tension. However, the tight relationships between Iran and the U.S. raised fast after threats to each other.

Russian foreign minister supported with China’s position and called on

“European colleagues to fulfil their promises and commitments and make the mechanism they create become truly effective”.

Beijing and Moscow joined the EU, France, Germany and the UK to support the 2015 deal between the US and Iran that agreed to limit nuclear activity to get out of sanctions.

Dr Paul Stott of the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy said thar Iran would be ready for airstrike or any air attacks knowing that retaliation could lead to Iranian devastation.

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