Iran is preparing to take nuclear action after two weeks

Iran will take new nuclear measures two weeks after the deadline set by Tehran for members of the nuclear deal to meet their obligations under the agreement, the head of Iran's Foreign Relations Strategic Council Kamal Kharrazi said on Sunday.

Kharrazi made the remarks during a meeting with British Deputy Foreign Secretary Andrew Morrison, saying "Europe must know that we are serious about our expected nuclear measures after the 60-day deadline."

He pointed out that the Assistant Foreign Minister of Britain Morrison put forward some of the repeated questions about the problems surrounding the cooperation between European and Iranian companies.

Iran earlier told the ambassadors of Britain, France, Germany, China and Russia the decision of the Supreme National Security Council to "stop implementing certain commitments" under the agreement on the nuclear program and give the European countries 60 days to prove their commitment to the nuclear agreement with his country.


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