France, Germany, UK and US urge Iran to ‘cooperate with IAEA’

These countries also urged Tehran “To comply with its legal obligations (…). To fully clarify and resolve these issues without any delay”.

The foreign ministries of the US and E3 (UK, France and Germany) urged Iran on Wednesday to “To comply with its legal obligations, and to cooperate with the IAEA”Following a report from Tehran concluding a lack of cooperation.

four countries “Welcome the adoption by the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency” (IAEA) This is in contrast to a proposal in response to Iran’s inadequate cooperation with the IAEA, which is required by its security measures agreement concluded under the NPT. (Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, Editor’s Note) On serious and unanswered questions relating to the implementation of the safeguard measures.According to a joint statement.

“We urge Iran to heed the call of the international community to uphold its legal obligations and to cooperate with the IAEA to fully clarify and resolve these issues without delay.”They add up.

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