At the IAEA = International Atomic Energy Agency's board meeting held in Austria this week, Iran, which is accelerating nuclear development, was criticized by Europe and the United States one after another.

Amid growing international concerns, the focus is on whether talks to rebuild the Iran nuclear deal, which has been suspended since June, will resume.

At the IAEA board meeting held in Vienna, the capital of Austria, from the 13th to the 16th, countries exchanged views on the issue of Iran's nuclear development.

An American representative criticized Iran for accelerating nuclear development, including producing 60% enriched uranium, "should stop provocation."

A representative of the EU-European Union also expressed concern to Iran that "IAEA inspection activities have been significantly weakened."

In response, an Iranian representative said, "We should not expect us to restrain ourselves until the sanctions on the United States are lifted." Three years ago, the United States withdrew from the nuclear agreement and resumed sanctions on Iran. Claimed to be the root of the problem.

Since April, Iran and the United States have held indirect talks to rebuild the nuclear agreement through the EU and other countries, but the disagreement has not been closed and talks have been suspended at the end of June. increase.

In Iran, the change of government last month has focused on whether the former government, which had been an internationally coordinated line, will replace the new anti-US and conservative hardliner Raishi, and talks with related countries will resume under the new government. increase.