Iran not after nuclear weapons, but won't limit nuclear enrichment to 20 pc, says Khamenei

Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei (File Photo)

Tehran [Iran], February 23: Iran isn't after atomic weapons, however its atomic enhancement won't be restricted to 20 percent, said Iran's preeminent chief Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Khamenei on Monday. 

Taking to Twitter, Khamenei said, "Iran isn't after atomic weapons, yet its atomic improvement won't be restricted to 20 percent all things considered. It will advance uranium to any degree that is vital for the country. Iran's improvement level may arrive at 60% to address the nation's issues." 

Khamenei likewise remarked about Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) responsibilities with the US and the 3 European nations. 

"In the course of recent days, the US and the 3 European nations have utilized haughty, treacherous manner of speaking in regards to Iran. They continue inquiring as to why Iran has quit completing its #JCPOA responsibilities, yet they don't make reference to that they never did their own responsibilities," he tweeted. 

Khamenei further said that on the off chance that Iran had any aim to deliver atomic weapons, nobody can stop. 

Taking to Twitter, he stated, "That worldwide Zionist jokester has said they will not permit Iran to deliver atomic weapons. As a matter of first importance, in the event that we had any such aim, even those more remarkable than him wouldn't have the option to stop us." 

"Second, we are not after atomic weapons. This depends on Islamic basics and orders that forbid weapons that are utilized for murdering customary individuals. The one that slaughters 220,000 individuals with atomic weapons is the US." Khamenei tweeted. 

The JCPOA was endorsed in 2015 by Iran, China, France, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the European Union, specifying the expulsion of global assents from Tehran in return for it downsizing its atomic program. 

In 2018, the United States singularly pulled out from the arrangement and reimposed sanctions on Iran. Tehran reacted by steadily surrendering its own responsibilities. 

This previous December, the Iranian government passed a law pointed toward accomplishing a full evacuation of approvals by means of an increase in atomic exercises, explicitly by expanding the degrees of uranium enhancement and restricting the entrance of the International Atomic Energy Agency to its offices, detailed Sputnik. 

In January, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said that the US would respond Iran's continued consistence with the atomic arrangement, however would look for a more extensive understanding that likewise covers its rocket program. (ANI)
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