The Russian foreign Ministry: Iran exported all the enriched uranium

The Russian foreign Ministry: Iran exported all the enriched uranium


MOSCOW, January 17. In the interaction of Rosatom and the atomic energy Organization of Iran outside the country exported all provided a Joint comprehensive plan of action (SVPD) concluded in Vienna on 14 July, the volume of enriched uranium. This was reported in the Russian foreign Ministry.

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“Russia has played a key role in creating the conditions for the commencement of SITD, said in depodesta. – As a result of close cooperation between the state Corporation for atomic energy “Rosatom” and the atomic energy Organization of Iran from the territory of the Islamic Republic exported all provided SWPD amount of enriched uranium that was one of the Central and most time-consuming environment”.

The Ministry recalled that on 16 January, the Director General of the IAEA submitted a report confirming completion of all requirements foreseen for the transition to practical implementation SITD. “In accordance with the plan approved by UN security Council resolution 2231 from 20 July 2015, the submission of this report marks the first day of the implementation SWPD,” confirmed the Russian depodesta.

“January 16 is terminated the provisions of UN security Council resolutions 1696 (2006), 1737 (2006), 1747 (2007), 1803 (2008), 1835 (2008), 1929 (2010), 2224 (2015), taken in connection with Iran’s nuclear programme, said the Russian foreign Ministry. – In addition, in accordance with an approved 15 December 2015 a resolution of the Board of governors (SU) IAEA cancels all previous resolutions of the SU on the Iranian nuclear program. So, made a new big step on the path to final normalization of the situation around Iran”.

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“From a practical point of view, the implementation SWPD go into operation, – noted in the Russian foreign Ministry. – Implementation of Tehran has taken a long-term commitment to limit its nuclear program under tightened inspection by the IAEA will contribute to a speedy confirmation by the Agency exclusively peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear program”. In depodesta also confirmed that in order to resolve disputes that may arise in the implementation SITD, there is a special method in the framework of a Joint Commission, consisting of all participants of the action Plan.

“We hope that all parties to the agreement will continue to responsibly and conscientiously to approach the issues related to the further fulfilment of obligations under SWPD”, – said the foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation.
Moscow is convinced that “successful implementation of the action plan will contribute to strengthening the nuclear non-proliferation regime and help solve complex tasks of strengthening international and regional security, primarily in the middle East and in the Persian Gulf”.

Negotiations on Iran’s nuclear dossier

The negotiations on the Iranian nuclear dossier began in 2004, after the Western countries have been accusing Iran of developing a “secret military nuclear programme”. Since 2006, the negotiations with Iran led by the six international mediators (five permanent UN security Council members and Germany). In 2006-2010 the UN, the US and EU have imposed against Iran several packages of sanctions.

14 July 2015 in Vienna was agreed the final Joint comprehensive plan of action on Iran’s nuclear program. Iran has pledged not to produce weapon-grade plutonium, for 15 years to have not more than 300 kg enriched up to 3,67 percent uranium, convert nuclear facilities and use them exclusively for peaceful purposes. In the near future should begin lifting sanctions. While the arms embargo introduced by the UN SC, will be retained for 5 years, a ban on the supply to Iran of ballistic missile technology – for 8 years, IAEA experts will monitor nuclear sites in the next 25 years. If you violate the terms of the agreement, sanctions can be renewed. July 20 this plan was supported by the UN security Council.