Nuclear agreement over Iran and European countries without filling the gap December 7 8:08

Vice-ministerial discussions were held between Iran and other European countries over Iran's nuclear agreement that would endanger. Whereas the European side called for the implementation of a full nuclear agreement, the Iranian side emphasized the idea that the European side should implement economic support measures, and the gap between the two sides is not filled.

In Vienna, Austria, on the 6th, in addition to Iran, deputy-level discussions were held by five countries involved in nuclear agreements such as France, the United Kingdom, and Germany.

Last year, the U.S. unilaterally withdrew from the nuclear agreement and resumed sanctions, while the Iranian side put out countermeasures to strengthen uranium enrichment activities because the promised economic benefits were not obtained , Its survival is in jeopardy.

The European side recently suggested that Iran could resume sanctions, but this time there was no discussion on this point, and it was confirmed that the countries were making efforts to maintain consensus.

However, while the European side is urging Iran to fully implement the agreement, Iran ’s deputy foreign minister Aragchi responded to NHK and other interviews, “I will continue to take new measures unless Iran has merit. "Emphasized the idea that only the European side should implement economic support measures.

The Iranian side also suggested that IAEA may take new countermeasures, including the suspension of inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency, in early next month, making it more difficult to maintain an agreement.

IAEA New Secretary General meets with senior Iranian official

IAEA = New Secretary General of the International Atomic Energy Agency's Gross Secretary met with Iranian officials for the first time after taking office and revealed that he had requested accountability for problems in which uranium was detected from an undeclared facility.

Mr. Gross, the newly headed IAEA, called the “nuclear guard”, met for the first time on the 6th after taking office with Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs Aragchi in Iran who visited the IAEA headquarters in Vienna.

According to IAEA, the meeting discussed IAEA's inspection activities on Iran's nuclear development. On top of that, Secretary-General Grossi requested that accountability be met as “needs full and appropriate cooperation” on issues where traces of natural uranium have been detected in domestic facilities that Iran has not declared to IAEA. Was revealed.

On the other hand, Iran ’s deputy foreign minister Araguchi evaluated NHK ’s interview that “It was a very useful and constructive meeting. We agreed to continue the cooperative relationship with IAEA.” On the other hand, "IAEA has committed to staying professional and fair in the future," and appears to have restrained it from being affected by American political pressures that oppose Iran.

Iran has shown the possibility of taking on new countermeasures including the suspension of acceptance of IAEA inspections in early next month as countermeasures against the United States and other countries, and whether the IAEA can maintain a cooperative relationship with Iran from the international community. Concerns have been raised.