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IAEA chief ‘concerned’ over Iran’s lack of cooperation after enriched uranium detected 

Last year, IAEA chief Rafael Grossi stated that only countries that are making bombs enrich uranium at Iran’s level. So he’s well aware of the Iranian regime’s lies and deceptions, but he’s still supporting the revival of the disastrous Iran nuke deal.

Appeasement of Iran is now practically habitual, despite the occasional rap on the mullahs’ knuckles from the International Atomic Energy Agency. Meanwhile, the doomsday regime in Tehran buys time to construct a nuclear bomb. 

The Hidden (or Twelfth) Imam plays a dominant role in the official religion of Iran, Twelver Shi’ism. There is a messianic belief that at the end of days, the Hidden Imam will appear in the midst of a violent apocalyptic scenario played out on a battleground stained with infidels’ blood.

Reminder: Iran was long discovered to be in violation of the nuclear deal, and admitted to having done so. The regime was steadily breaching limits set in the former nuke deal. 

“IAEA’s Grossi ‘concerned’ over Iran’s lack of cooperation,” Al Jazeera, May 10, 2022: 

The head of the UN nuclear watchdog has said that he was “extremely concerned” about Iran’s lack of cooperation regarding its nuclear activity as EU envoy Enrique Mora is set to visit Tehran to save the stalled nuclear deal talks.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is “trying to clarify a number of still open matters with Iran”, agency head Rafael Grossi told a European Parliament committee on Tuesday.

“I am referring to the fact that we, in the last few months, were able to identify traces of enriched uranium in places that had never been declared by Iran as places where any activity was taking place,” he said.

“The situation does not look very good. Iran, for the time being, has not been forthcoming in the kind of information we need from them … We are extremely concerned about this,” he said.

Talks between world powers and Iran have stalled since mid-March as negotiators seek to return to the 2015 landmark accord that curtailed Tehran’s nuclear programme in exchange for sanctions relief.

Negotiations have stalled chiefly over Tehran’s insistence that Washington removes the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), its elite security force, from the US Foreign Terrorist Organisation (FTO) List.

EU diplomat Mora, who chairs the negotiations, will visit Tehran this week, Iran announced on Monday, as the United States – which is seeking to come back to the deal it unilaterally left in 2018 – voiced hope for progress…..

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