The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Ali Akbar Salehi, said that the uranium reserves in Iran reached 950 tons, the Associated Press reports. According to him, until 2015, when an agreement was concluded on the Iranian atom between Tehran and the “six international mediators”, Iran imported about 400 tons of uranium. At present, reserves of Iran allow it to reach the level of 190,000 units of work on isotope separation for uranium enrichment in the future. A joint comprehensive action plan restricts Iran's uranium enrichment to 3.67%, which allows uranium to be used as fuel for nuclear power plants, but not enough to create nuclear weapons.
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