Iran admitted on Monday that it has passed the 300 kilos threshold of low-enriched uranium stockpile allowed under the 2015 nuclear deal.
The statement was confirmed by the International Atomic Energy Agency and the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog. The uranium stockpile enriched to 3,67% is suitable for nuclear power fuel but is far short of weapons-grade level, which requires fissile material enriched by 90%. The effect of this development is largely symbolic.
However, this is the first step...

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