“We do not support and do not think at all that it is useful for Iran to say that it will move to 60%. It is contrary to the agreement,” Biden said during a press conference in Rose Garden.
“Nevertheless, we are pleased that Iran has continued to agree to participate in discussions, indirect discussions with us and with our partners on how we are moving forward and what is needed to enable us to move back. to (the Iran deal) so we’re part of it again … without admitting, we’re just not willing to do. “Biden added.
Earlier this week, Iran’s deputy foreign minister and top nuclear negotiator Abbas Araghchi told state-run Press TV that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) had been informed of Tehran̵
The decision pushes Iran closer to reaching the 90% level of enrichment considered a weapons class. Iran has consistently denied that it intends to assemble nuclear weapons.
Biden said Friday that he believes it is too early to make a decision on what the outcome of the talks will be, but the countries are still talking.