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Iran questions the integrity of the United States on the nuclear issue

September 26, 2021, 4:17 am
TEHRAN, Sept. 26 (Prinsa Latina) Iran today expressed doubts about the sincerity regarding nuclear issues of the United States, whose President Joe Biden has promised to return to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (PIAC), but it follows the same policy as the United States. His predecessor is Donald Trump.

However, the Islamic Republic has expressed its willingness to resume dialogue in Vienna, Austria, dedicated to finding a way for America to return to the Comprehensive Peace Agreement or the nuclear deal, which it abandoned in 2018.

These were the appearances of the Iranian Foreign Minister, Hossein Amir Abdollahian, who is still visiting New York as a participant in the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly.

He said Iran is ready to return to talks in the Austrian capital, although it regrets the failure of the United States and the European Trinity (UK, France and Germany) in their commitments regarding its accession to the PIAC.

On the negotiating table, he said that only practical and tangible results are of paramount importance to the Iranian people.

In statements quoted by Hispantif, Amir Abdollahian indicated that the Biden government had not taken any action to return to its commitment to consent, and on the contrary, had imposed more repressive measures on Tehran.

Hence, he added, doubt as to the seriousness of the current North American executive.

On the other hand, the Iranian delegate to the International Atomic Energy Agency, Kazem Gharibabadi, criticized Western countries for accusing Iran of seeking military nuclear technology, and the United States and Britain admitted supplying submarines powered by uranium suitable for weapons. .

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“It is unfortunate that those who berate us for enriching uranium to 60 percent for humanitarian and peaceful purposes have decided to sell military submarines with an enrichment level above 90 percent to Australia,” he denounced.

The United Kingdom, Australia and the United States have agreed to form a partnership called Aukus to bolster their defenses and share advanced technologies, including the acquisition of nuclear-powered submarines.

Gharibabadi emphasized that all members of the International Atomic Energy Agency have the right to develop nuclear programs for peaceful purposes regardless of the degree of enrichment they need to meet their needs.

He noted that the United States and the United Kingdom had endangered the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty in that decade with Australia.

He noted their double standards and hypocrisy, with their alleged concern about weapons of mass destruction encouraging a race with them to sell to Australia.

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