Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Iran nuclear program

Iran rejects E3 statement on its nuclear program as invalid

The Iranian Foreign Ministry has refuted the joint statement by the UK, France and Germany on Tehran’s nuclear program, calling it unfounded and invalid, which contains false claims.

Tehran rejects G7 statement on Iran’s nuclear program

The Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson has dismissed the claims the Group of Seven against Tehran’s nuclear activities. Nasser Kanaani stated Iran will continue its nuclear work in full force, while fulfilling its international commitments including cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency.

Iran UN mission: IAEA resolution will have destructive impact on future cooperation

Iran’s diplomatic mission at the UN has warned that the IAEA board of governors’ move to issue a resolution against Tehran over its nuclear program will have a destructive impact on constructive cooperation and interactions in the future.

Tehran urges IAEA to observe impartiality in its reports on Iran’s nuclear program

Tehran has called on the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to observe impartiality in its reports on Iran's nuclear activities, emphasizing that the Islamic Republic has fully complied with its commitments under the Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement.

Iran, Russia, China: Provisions of JCPOA nuclear deal still valid

Iran, Russia, and China issued a joint statement on Wednesday on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), declaring that the provisions of the Iran atomic agreement with the West are still in place.

Nuclear chief: Iran rolling back commitments to JCPOA atomic deal

The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Mohammad Eslami says Iran is scaling down its commitment to the moribund nuclear deal with the West after the other parties failed to fulfill their obligations.

Russia warns IAEA’s resolution against Iran can deteriorate situation

Mikhail Ulyanov, Russia's permanent representative to Vienna-based international organizations, has warned any resolution by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) against Tehran can seriously deteriorate the condition.

Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman: No change in Iran’s nuclear doctrine yet 

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Nasser Kanaani says Iran has not changed its nuclear doctrine and the country is still opposed to the use of nuclear weapons.

Former Iran FM dismisses US speculations on atomic weapons

Former Iranian minister of foreign affairs and an advisor to the Leader of Islamic Revolution has clarified Iran’s position on nuclear weapons, reiterating that the country has never been after nukes.

Former foreign minister: Iran to change nuclear doctrine in case of existential threat

Iran is pursuing a peaceful nuclear doctrine, but in case the country comes under existential threat, it is forced to change its policies, a former Iranian foreign minister and a senior advisor to Iran's Leader says.

Iran’s atomic chief: Tehran ready to transfer nuclear capabilities to other countries 

The director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran says the country is determined to develop its nuclear technology, voicing readiness to transfer it to other states.

1st concrete pouring for Karun nuclear island set for fall: Iran revives dormant power plant

Mohammad Eslami, the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, announced that the construction of the first nuclear concreting island at the Karun site in southern Iran will commence in the fall.

Senior commander: Iran may review nuclear doctrine amid Israeli threats 

A senior commander with Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) in charge of the country’s nuclear security said on Thursday that the threats by the Israeli regime increase the likelihood for Iran to review its nuclear doctrine. 

Iran to launch largest radiopharmaceutical center

The head of Iran’s atomic energy organization says the country will inaugurate a radiopharmaceutical center amid the piling pressure of US-led sanctions on the field.

Iran’s atomic chief highlights strides on Nuclear Day

The director of Iran’s atomic energy organization, while praising the country’s nuclear achievements for peaceful purposes, says the country is adamant in taking bolder steps to facilitate the use of advancements in various spheres of daily life.

Official: Sanctions made Iran nuclear industry stronger

US-led Western embargoes against Iran have become a strong point for the country and its nuclear industry over the decades, the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI)’s spokesperson says.

Iran asserts commitment to nuclear obligations

Iran has emphasized its unwavering commitment to fulfilling nuclear obligations, notably the Comprehensive Safeguard Agreement, ensuring the effective execution of the International Atomic Energy Agency's verification activities concerning Iran’s nuclear materials and activities.

Iran president: Tehran never been seeking nukes

The Iranian president says the country has proven so far that it has not been trying to acquire nuclear weapons.

Bushehr nuclear power plant 2nd and 3rd phase will soon start generating electricity 

The deputy director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran says the second and third phases of the country’s Bushehr nuclear power plant will soon start generating electricity.

Atomic chief says Iran standing among top 5 countries in nuclear industry

The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) has stated that the country ranks among the top five worldwide in the nuclear industry despite years of sanctions imposed by the West.

President Raisi: Iran’s nuclear industry has become indigenized

Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi has hailed the country’s progress in indigenizing the nuclear industry for peaceful purposes, saying the achievement was made possible despite relentless Western sanctions.

Iran stresses committed to NPT, ready to return to JCPOA

Iran’s atomic chief says the country is committed to the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) protocols and is ready to help resuscitate the 2015 accord it made with the West in case the other signatories hold up their end of the bargain.

Iran dismisses as baseless GCC claims over its nuclear and missile programs, PG islands

The Iranian Foreign Ministry on Wednesday rejected certain clauses within the final communiqué of the 44th summit of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council regarding Tehran's nuclear and missile programs as well as the trio islands in the Persian Gulf as "unacceptable".

Iran’s UN envoy dismisses European accusations on nuclear deal commitments

Iranian permanent envoy to the United Nations Amir Saeed Iravani has dismissed accusations by three European countries, known as the European Troika, that Iran has “failed to abide by” its commitments under the landmark 2015 nuclear deal with the West as “baseless”.

Iran rejects G-7 ministerial meeting statement regarding Gaza, nuclear work, Ukraine

Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Nasser Kanaani has dismissed as unfounded and categorically condemned allegations in a joint communiqué by foreign ministers of the G-7 group regarding the Israeli war on Gaza, Iran’s nuclear program as well as alleged Tehran’s military help to Russia in the war on Ukraine.

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