VIENNA: Iran has enough uranium enriched to 60% purity, near weapons-grade, for three atomic bombs by the International Atomic Energy Agency’s definition, and Iran is still on key issues, according to secret IAEA reports released on Wednesday. It turned out that he was building a wall against the organization.
Iran’s stockpile of uranium enriched to 60% has increased by 6.7 kg (14.8 pounds) to 128.3 kg (282.9 pounds) since the last report on September 4. Reuters aforementioned.
This is more than three times the approximately 42 kg (92.6 pounds) theoretically sufficient for a nuclear bomb, according to the IAEA’s definition.
Weapons grade is around 90% purity.
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In a second report released on Tuesday, the agency said there was still no progress in Iran on two pressing issues: reinstalling monitoring equipment removed last year on Tehran’s orders and getting answers about the origin of uranium particles. It was found in two unreported locations.
The IAEA’s quarterly reports state that no progress has been made on both issues for the second time in a row.
There has also been no progress on Iran’s reversal of the so-called “designation” of some IAEA inspectors assigned to the country in September.
The move effectively banned some inspectors, who diplomats said came from France and Germany and were among the IAEA’s most experienced experts, from working in Iran.
Tehran’s move, which the IAEA described as “disproportionate and unprecedented”, resulted in the US, France, UK and Germany allowing Iran to make credible statements about uranium particles in the IAEA’s 35-nation Board of Directors. It came in response to his call. The IAEA is installing more security cameras.
“Although officially authorized, this measure was implemented by Iran in a way that directly and seriously affected the Agency’s ability to effectively conduct verification activities in Iran, particularly at enrichment facilities,” the second IAEA report said.
“The (IAEA) Director General (Rafael Grossi) continues to strongly condemn Iran’s sudden withdrawal of the appointments of several experienced Agency inspectors,” the statement said.
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