The G7 has called on Iran to return to the negotiation table in Vienna and agree to the deal on Tehran’s nuclear program, according to British Foreign Secretary Elizabeth Truss.
“This is Iran’s final chance to engage and seek a meaningful settlement, which is to adopt the conditions of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action,” Truss stated today, Sunday, during a news conference held in the British city of Liverpool as part of the G7 foreign ministers meeting.
She went on to say that Tehran still has time to achieve a deal on its nuclear issue.
The Minister reaffirmed that the group’s members will not allow Iran to get a nuclear weapon.
Iran had not made public its critical nuclear contributions, enrichment, and reprocessing activities, and may be used to enrich uranium and generate reactor fuel (at higher levels of enrichment) for bombs, according to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Iran claims that its nuclear program is for peaceful reasons and that it has enriched uranium to less than 5%, which is suitable for nuclear power plant fuel.
The Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) demanded that Iran stop enriching uranium after the IAEA’s Board of Governors said that Iran had not met the UN Security Council’s safety assurances.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) launched an investigation in November 2003, concluding that Iran had consistently failed to meet its obligations under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty safeguards agreement to report those activities to the IAEA, although no evidence of links to a nuclear weapons program was found.
The US and the international community have demanded that Iran comply with the UN Security Council’s demands that it cease its uranium enrichment program to meet the demands of the UN Security Council to halt its uranium enrichment program.