France: Iran must stop any action inconsistent with its obligations under the nuclear deal

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — France’s Foreign Ministry called on Iran on Thursday to stop any action inconsistent with its obligations in the 2015 nuclear deal after Tehran said it would develop centrifuges to speed up uranium enrichment.

“Iran should refrain from any concrete steps that are inconsistent with its obligations and that would hinder efforts to reduce the escalation,” French Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Agnes von der Mühl told reporters in an online briefing.

She said Paris would consider the Iranian declaration with its partners and with the UN nuclear watchdog.


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