Iran Nuclear News

The Iran nuclear deal and the country’s nuclear energy program have been a focus of media reports in Iran and the world since the onset of nuclear talks between Tehran and the P5+1, which resulted in the JCPOA in 2015, and its implementation in 2016. The “Nuclear” section of IFP News offers an up-to-date coverage of these reports.

Iran’s Deputy FM Discusses Cooperation With IAEA Chief

Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi held a meeting with Director-General of International Atomic Energy Agency Yukiya Amano to discuss cooperation between Iran and the UN nuclear watchdog.

Any Negotiation with US Futile: Iranian Official

A senior Iranian official says the US has failed in the Iran nuclear deal test and it cannot be trusted anymore in any field.

‘EU Justifications for Delaying SPV Not Acceptable’

A senior Iranian official has blamed the European Union for its repeated delays in implementing the long-awaited financial mechanism to keep trade ties with Iran in the face of the US sanctions.

‘EU’s Channel for Trade with Iran to Become Operational Soon’

The European Union’s long-awaited mechanism known as the Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) to keep financial ties with Iran under the US sanctions is set to become operational in the near future, said a spokesperson of the bloc.

JCPOA Has Thwarted Efforts to Securitise Iran: Zarif

Iran’s Foreign Minister has commemorated the third anniversary of the implementation of the 2015 nuclear deal, expressing satisfaction that the deal thwarted years of efforts to securitise Iran.

Tehran Capable of Producing Homegrown Nuclear Equipment: Iran Nuclear Chief

Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran Ali Akbar Salehi said. Iranian nuclear scientists are capable of manufacturing home-grown types of fuel rods or centrifuges, and the country is no longer in need of reverse engineering methods to fulfill nuclear needs.

Iran about to Unveil Homegrown Type of Nuclear Fuel Rod

Iran has managed to develop a new type of fuel for Tehran Research Reactor, the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran announced, hailing it as a great progress for the country in its efforts to develop domestic nuclear reactors.

‘Iran Expects Russia, China Not to Remain Passive Over JCPOA’

Following the US unilateral withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal in May, Iran expected the remaining sides of the deal particularly Russia and China to adopt practical measures to safeguard the nuclear accord, but all to no avail, said Iranian analyst, Mohammad Mahdi Mazaheri.

No pain, No Gain: Zarif Tells Europeans as JCPOA Hangs in Balance

Iran’s foreign minister says Europeans are slow in honouring their pledges to salvage JCPOA, warning the EU it should work harder to convince Iran to remain in the pact as no gain comes without pain.

‘Iran Must Stop Fulfilling Commitments under Nuclear Deal’

A conservative theoretician has called on the government to stop living up to its commitments under the Iran nuclear deal, saying Tehran does not need outright withdrawal from the 2015 agreement but it ought to take measures to show it is no longer legally committed to the deal and the world needs to take immediate measures.

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