Iran is ready to exceed the amount of enriched uranium that it is capable of under the Joint Plan of Comprehensive Action (JPCOA). Tehran is angry at the introduction of economic sanctions imposed by the United States after discontinuing the pact last year, referring to Iran's infringements. The 2015 agreement had promised Iran's relief from international sanctions, as opposed to guarantees of the peaceful nature of its nuclear program. Senior officials from Iran and other countries remaining in the agreement will meet in Vienna on Friday in an attempt to save the deal.
An Iranian official said, "What are our demands? Our claim is to be able to sell our oil and get the money back. And this is actually the least of our benefit of the agreement," the official told journalists on condition of anonymity.
"We do not ask Europeans to invest in Iran … We will only sell our oil."
The United States, under Barack Obama's presidency, was among the powers that agreed to the agreement.
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"Europeans should either buy oil from us or give their money (price) to us," said the official.
"Instex is a netting company that has to net the accounts between importers and exporters. And the only exports from Iran to Europe are oil. So if they do not buy oil from us, there is no money to be netted between imports and ex. port. "
Until its demands are met, Iran will continue on its current path and cross the boundaries of the agreement one by one, starting with the uranium enrichment level, he said.