Iran continues to comply with nuclear deal: IAEA

AEOI Able to Reverse Nuclear Curbs

"The agency's new report, which is the ninth since the day of implementing the JCPOA and the 8th seasonal verification report submitted to the IAEA board of governors, contrary to USA claims, once again confirms that Iran's nuclear activities are in full compliance with the JCPOA", Najafi said on Monday.

The 3.67 percent enrichment and 202-kg stockpile limit on uranium, and the 130-tonne cap on heavy water, aim to ensure that Iran does not amass enough material of sufficient fissile purity to produce a nuclear bomb.

The IAEA also said its inspectors faced no difficulties in accessing sites that they wanted to visit.

Iran undertook to curb its uranium enrichment programme in return for relief from worldwide sanctions that crippled its economy, and United Nations nuclear inspectors have repeatedly verified Tehran's adherence to the key aspects of the accord.

Despite eight reports by the IAEA which confirm Tehran's compliance, On October 13, U.S. President Donald Trump, always been known as the main critic of the landmark deal, declared his view of the JCPOA, which was reached under his predecessor - Barack Obama.

The high-profile agreement, however, has come under the typically overblown attacks of US President Donald Trump as "the worst deal ever" and "an embarrassment".

In a controversial announcement last month that drew the sharp objection of the other signatories, the hawkish Republican decertified Iran's compliance with the pact and demanded the deal's "flaws" be fixed if the USA is to remain in the pact.

However, it is believed that Trump would not recommend the Congress to re-impose sanctions in order to reach a compromise with many congressional leaders who stand for keeping the deal at least with some changes. This means a unilateral withdrawal from the agreement, which will damage the reputation of the U.S.in the eyes of world community.

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