The government has expressed its concern on Wednesday about Iran's non-compliance with the nuclear agreement in force and has urged Tehran to comply with the uranium enrichment limits allowed in that commitment.
The Foreign Ministry has issued a statement in which it notes that Spain "notes with concern" the report of the director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), according to which Iran has exceeded the amount of enriched uranium stored by the agreement in force.
The withdrawal of one of the signatories of the Global and Joint Action Plan, signed in 2015 and endorsed unanimously by the Security Council, "does not exempt Iran from compliance," the note adds.
Therefore, the Government "urges the Iranian authorities to reduce enriched uranium levels to those permitted by the agreement."
Likewise, Spain is working with its European Union partners to facilitate legitimate trade exchanges with Iran and thus maintain the terms of the nuclear agreement, which "continues to be a very important contribution" to the non-proliferation regime and to regional stability.
It was last Monday when the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) confirmed that Iran had exceeded the limit of enriched uranium, thus fulfilling its threat to begin to progressively skip the commitments it acquired in 2015.
That year he signed with Germany, the United Kingdom, France, China, Russia and the US the agreement that limited the capacity and size of its atomic program, to ensure that it can not develop atomic weapons in the short term. The
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