Iran has increased its production of Uranium enrichment LEU four times, Iran’s Tasnim news agency reported on Monday.
Earlier in the day, a spokesman for the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of the Shura Council, Ali Najafi, announced the second meeting of this committee with ambassadors of European countries next week on the nuclear agreement.
In a statement to Tasnim news agency, Najafi said that ambassadors of European countries such as Germany, France, Britain, Russia and the ambassadors of other countries would attend the meeting.
During the meeting, which will also be attended by a chairman and all members of the National Security Committee of the parliament, he is scheduled to exchange views on issues related to the nuclear agreement and the region and Iran’s recent decision on the 60-day deadline given to the Europeans.
A spokesman for the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of the Shoura Council said that no precise date had been set for the meeting, but it would certainly be held next week.
In a statement on May 8, the Supreme National Security Council, addressing the member states of the nuclear agreement, stressed that Iran would suspend some of its measures in the nuclear agreement since May 8.
The statement said Tehran did not consider itself currently committed to observing restrictions on maintaining the reserves of enriched uranium and heavy water reserves.