Tehran officially stopped the fulfillment of certain commitments on the nuclear program, the ISNA agency reported, citing a source in the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI).
Such an order was issued by the national security council of the country.
On May 8, on the anniversary of the US withdrawal from the nuclear deal, Iran announced it would cease the implementation of a number of paragraphs of the Joint Comprehensive Action Plan (IFAP).
In particular, it affected the reserves of enriched uranium and heavy water. Tehran said they did not consider themselves bound by restrictions on them.
They pointed out that the changes were caused by violations of agreements by Washington, as well as by the inability of the remaining members in the FIDA (Germany, France, Great Britain, China and Russia) to solve the problems that had arisen.
Tehran gave Berlin, Paris, London, Beijing and Moscow 60 days to safeguard the interests of Iran, promising to return to the execution of suspended obligations.