As all eyes are on Europe's diplomatic efforts to salvage the Iran nuclear deal, a senior journalist in the inner circle of Ayatollah Khamenei gave an exclusive interview to Euronews.
Iran will return to nuclear deal only if the US accepts a €14 bn oil credit line proposed by France.
Iran has gone further in breaching its nuclear deal by increasing its stock of enriched uranium and refining it to greater purity than allowed, says the UN's nuclear watchdog.
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But Israel's Netanyahu likened the EU position to the appeasement of Nazi Germany ahead of World War Two.
The European nations said they were preoccupied by the escalation of tensions in the Persian Gulf region and urged for a dialogue between all parties involved in the deal, that was signed on this day four years ago.
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Euronews has looked into the details of the enrichment process, and how much of this is necessary to create a nuclear-grade weapon.
Iran has enriched uranium beyond a 3.67% purity limit set by its deal with major powers, the UN nuclear watchdog policing the deal said on Monday, confirming a move previously announced by Tehran.
The French government will not trigger the Iran nuclear deal's dispute resolution mechanism for now, instead giving itself one week to try to get all parties talking again after Iran decided to enrich uranium above limits agreed in 2015.
Iran has breached a central limit of its nuclear deal with major powers, accumulating more enriched uranium than allowed under the accord.
Iranian state media has quoted Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif as confirming that the limit had been breached.
Talks with world powers are the “last chance” to save the nuclear deal, Tehran warned — but the US wants to choke off all sales of Iranian oil.
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Iran's Ambassador to the United Nations has said his country "cannot take all of the burdens anymore" of preserving the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
Iran's President Rouhani has said the latest US sanctions against the country demonstrate Washington's "desperation" and will not succeed.
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Iran has said it will breach an internationally agreed limit on its stock of low-enriched uranium in 10 days.
Now, the question is, can the remaining parties to the JCPOA - in practice, the so-called E3 powers (Germany, France and the UK) - trigger the “snapback” mechanism is response to Iran's reaction? The answer - which Europe and hawks in Washington should bear in mind - is a simple “no”.
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has said "even if Iran wanted to build an atomic bomb, America could not do anything" to stop it, adding that it was not his country's wish to do so.