Iran taking steps to resume nuclear activities
Spokesman for Iran's Supreme National Security Council Ali Aqamohammadi said on Monday that the seals of the Uranium Conversion Facility (UCF) in Isfahan will be removed on Monday under full supervision of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) experts.
Aqamohammadi told IRNA that the Islamic Republic's activities are all under the IAEA supervision and all the UCF products in Isfahan are kept under the Agency's supervision.
Voicing Iran's complete readiness for talks with Europe, Aqamohammadi said, "We will continue suspension of uranium enrichment and hope the door for dialogue will continue to remain open." He said removing the seal of UCF in Isfahan had nothing to do with the uranium enrichment and is not at all in violation of the Paris Agreement.
Earlier, Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hamid Reza Asefi said that Monday is the last day of deadline set by his country for the EU-3 to submit their proposals.
He made the remark on the sidelines of a gathering dubbed "Iran's Nuclear Technology: Symbol of National Will" held on Monday. "Monday is the last day of the deadline for Europeans," he stated. The spokesman further underlined that Iran would provide no other chance to Europeans to offer their comprehensive plan for implementation of the Paris Agreement.