In a recent statement to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Iran has reiterated its commitment to the nuclear deal while Washington continues to sabotage the landmark agreement.
UN nuclear watchdog says Tehran is enriching uranium at its underground Fordo facility, a move prohibited by 2015 nuclear deal, adding "uranium particles" were detected at a separate site.
Iran had previously committed to suspending operations at the plant as part of the Iran Nuclear Deal four years ago, but following Washington's abandonment of the deal, Iran has started abandoning its own commitments as well.
President Hassan Rouhani says Tehran will continue to reduce its nuclear commitments until European parties to the pact save it by protecting Iran's economy from US penalties.
Japanese diplomat Yukiya Amano, who led the International Atomic Energy Agency for a decade, was extensively involved in negotiations over Iran's nuclear programme.
Iran's uranium enrichment level has passed 4.5 percent, exceeding the cap set by the 2015 nuclear deal.
The latest data from UN inspectors showed that Iran had not yet crossed the uranium stockpile limit but was on course to do so within days.
German FM Heiko Maas holds "frank" and "serious" talks with Iran's FM Javad Zarif in Tehran, with the latter warning US "cannot expect to stay safe" after its "economic war" against Tehran.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claims Iran had a secret atomic warehouse in Tehran, holding up a map. In a tweet, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif derided the Israeli presentation as an "arts and craft show".
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu meets with International Atomic Energy Agency head Yukiya Amano to discuss Turkey's nuclear program
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