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EghtesadOnline: Iran has fully complied with its commitments under last year’s landmark nuclear agreement and has taken new steps in collecting infrastructures related to centrifuges at Fordow as IAEA Director General has confirmed, Iran’s atomic energy chief insisted.

In an interview with Al Jazeera, Iran’s atomic energy chief Ali Akbar Salehi on the first anniversary of the nuclear agreement known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) said: “in the legal aspect linked to cases of inspection and the Additional Protocol, we believe there is no problem but in the political aspect and the issues related to sanctions there are some problems because the US failing to deliver its promises.”

“Apparently the US pretends that delivers its promises but actually it is not doing any especial thing because if it has delivered on the promises, the sanction would be removed and the banking transactions would go back to normal, that trade would speed up and economic relations would be enhanced,” ISNA quoted him as saying.

“If the US adhere to the nuclear agreement, it’s so good and that’s what we want but if Trump administration nixesthe deal, Iran could quickly ramp that program back up,” he said.

“Iran was able to go back to its nuclear activities with high speed. We can very easily snap back and go back not only to where we were, but a much higher position technologically speaking. I don't want to see that day. I don't want to make a decision in that course, but we are prepared,” Salehi stressed.

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