Answering questions about the IAEA report at the daily press conference, Price said, “President (Joe) Biden has a firm and firm commitment that Iran will never have nuclear weapons. We will never let that happen.” said.
Reiterating that the way to permanently solve Iran’s nuclear program problem is through diplomacy, Price said, “We want to find a permanent solution to the problem created by Iran’s nuclear program. We continue to believe that the most effective way to achieve this is through diplomacy. But we are very clear that we will use all necessary means to ensure that Iran never acquires nuclear weapons.” used the phrases.
Price stated that the US is in close contact with its allies in Europe and the Middle East.
The AA correspondent said, “Until now, you have imposed a few, maybe dozens of sanctions, and it seems that you have not stopped Iran. Given that they continue to enrich uranium, how confident are you that these new sanctions, these new tools, will prevent Iran from continuing its nuclear program? Asked by Price, “We are extremely confident in our commitment that Iran will not have nuclear weapons. This is a goal we share with countries around the world in Europe, the Middle East and beyond.” gave the answer.
In its report on Iran’s nuclear activities, which it shares with the member countries of the Board of Directors every three months, the IAEA included the information that highly enriched uranium particles were detected in this country.
The report states that on January 21, investigators noticed that the two-stage IR-6 centrifuge at Iran’s underground facility Fordo was configured in a “significantly different” way than previously declared, where samples from it had particles with up to 83.7 percent purity. determined was recorded.
The IAEA had previously reported that Iran had enriched 60 percent of uranium.
Some international media outlets reported that Iran had enriched 84 percent of uranium on February 20, and the Tehran administration denied this.