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(Worthy News) - The remaining signatories to the 2015 international pact to restrain Iran's nuclear weapons development all voiced concern Tuesday that Tehran had exceeded the limit of how much low-enriched uranium it could stockpile.
Britain, France, Germany and the European Union said in a joint statement they had been "consistent and clear that our commitment to the nuclear deal depends on full compliance by Iran" and urged the Islamic Republic "to refrain from further measures that undermine" the accord.
The three countries and the EU said they "are urgently considering next steps" after Iran announced Monday that it had gone above the 300-kilogram limit on its stockpile of uranium enriched up to 3.67%, a claim later confirmed by the United Nations atomic watchdog agency. [ Source: Voice of America (Read More...) ]
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