Tehran officially ends some of its JCPOA commitments
Iran officially suspended the execution of part of its obligations under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), a representative for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran said.
The Supreme National Security Council of Iran made this decision, according to the source. "The society will be informed on the undertaken steps in the next several days; we will also declare our plans on providing access to mass media representatives to sites in Arak and Natanz," ISNA cited him as saying.
According to the source, Tehran, as it had previously warned, may renew work on uranium enrichment and stop the updating of the heavy water reactor in Arak if the participants to the deal fail to fulfil their obligations under the deal within 60 days.