The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is “deeply concerned” by the possible presence of secret nuclear matter in a laboratory of Iran undeclared, according to a report consulted on Tuesday by AFP in Vienna.
The UN agency also noted that Iran has stocks of enriched uranium 14 times above the authorized limit for the 2015 nuclear agreement, according to this same report that will be discussed by the IAEA Council of Governors on Wednesday.
The inspectors of the OIEA alerted that Iran has increased the number of its most modern and fastest centrifuges to produce enriched uranium, a material that has civil but also military use to make bombs.
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