Iran Set To Break Uranium Stockpile Levels Set By Nuclear Deal
Even though Iran has promised to stick with the Nuclear deal set by Obama and the Europeans, we now see that they really had no intent on doing this. Since the agreement was signed, their stockpiles removed to keep them in compliance, they have been steadily adding to their enriched Uranium.
A spokesperson for their nuclear agency has informed us that Iran within the next ten days will grow past the amount agreed to.
Behrouz Kamalvandi, a spokesperson for Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization, also warned that Iran could enrich uranium up to 20 percent, which is just a step below weapons-grade level.
The spokesman, Behrouz Kamalvandi, spoke to journalists at Iran’s Arak heavy water facility. He acknowledged that Iran has already quadrupled its production of low-enriched uranium — which can be used in a nuclear reactor, but not in a bomb.
This is the latest threat by Iran, they are threatening Germany, Britain, and France that if they don’t allow Iran access to the international banking system, according to a report from the New York Times. This could be their way of trying to ease pressure on their economy due to the stagnation of their economy with the sanctions starting to take effect.
Iran has given Europe time to come up with a better deal than the one the US pulled out of by July 7, or it will take steps to violate the agreement
Following the announcement on Monday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called for more sanctions if Iran were to break the uranium stockpile limit.
“Should Iran deliver on its threats, the international community will have to implement, immediately, the pre-set sanctions mechanism,” Netanyahu said.
The problem is that enriching Uranium from 20% to 90%, which is what is needed for weapons grade Uranium, it is a very quick process, by increasing capacity, Iran is giving themselves the ability to quickly jump to weapons production if they wish.