Concerns over Iran's strengthening of uranium enrichment, UK, France and France joint statement January 13 at 7:55
Britain, Germany and France have alleged that Iran has announced that it would step up uranium enrichment without complying with restrictions set out in the agreement to counter U.S. sanctions that have unilaterally withdrawn from the nuclear agreement. A joint statement was issued, expressing concern and urging Iran to comply with the nuclear agreement.
Although major clashes between the United States and Iran have been avoided for the time being, the gap between the two countries over the Iran nuclear agreement has deepened, and Iran announced this month that it would increase uranium enrichment without complying with established restrictions.
In this regard, the United Kingdom, Germany and France jointly issued a statement stating that "It is regrettable and worried that the United States has withdrawn from the nuclear agreement and imposed economic sanctions on Iran again." "I have expressed deep concern that Iran has broken its commitment since last July. It calls on all measures inconsistent with the nuclear agreement to be withdrawn and the agreement fully compliant."
Iran is taking steps to counter the economic benefits promised by the nuclear agreement, but is not following the Trump sanctions. On the other hand, there is no choice but to seek self-control so that we do not cross the line.