The soap opera in the IAEA continues. Iran has until September XNUMX to comply with the Nuclear Energy Agency's demand to suspend all nuclear fuel production activities. The demand came in the form of a formal, and in fact unanimous, decision, but was nevertheless far in place. The consequence may be that the Iranian obstacle is sent to the UN Security Council for further treatment there.
It was a show of rather costly dimensions. For whom was it not like this Thursday in August, Iran ordered to once again seal the entrance to the nuclear plant in Isfahan? The 35-member board of governors included representatives of India, Pakistan, Russia, the United States, France, Britain and China – in other words, all the world's nuclear powers. . .
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