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US suspects Iran of “undeclared” activities in the nuclear industry

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — Iran’s lack of cooperation with the IAEA may indicate that Tehran has undeclared nuclear materials, as well as the country’s authorities continue to develop in this area, said US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on his page on the social network.

“The lack of full cooperation between the Iranian regime and the IAEA raises questions about the possible (availability) of undeclared nuclear materials or activities (in the nuclear field). This fits into Iran’s 40-year-old lie model. The world will not peck at that. We will deprive the (Iranian) regime of all paths to nuclear weapons,” said Pompeo.

Iran had begun the third phase of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) commitment phase. Tehran will launch 56 advanced centrifuges of various models, the IAEA said.

Agency experts on September 7″ made sure that the following centrifuges were introduced or are being introduced in operation: 22 IR-4, one IR-5, 30 IR-6 and three IR-6, “the IAEA notes.

Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi said earlier that Iran has embarked on the third phase of reduction of obligations under the JCPOA. to launch 40 centrifuge yy type IR-4 and IR-6.

Iran said earlier that it began to enrich uranium in excess of the level allowed by the international nuclear deal in 2015, and threatened to increase enrichment to 20%. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said May 8 that the country will resume part of its previously suspended nuclear program in response to the US withdrawing from the 2015 nuclear deal.

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