On April 20, the U.N. nuclear watchdog reported that Iran has continued to meet its commitments under the interim nuclear agreement with the world’s six major powers. The report found that Iran was not enriching uranium above the five percent level or making "any further advances" at its enrichment facilities and heavy water reactor.
But the nuclear watchdog also noted on April 16 that Tehran has not fully addressed outstanding issues on its program related to activities that could be used to create an atomic device, such as alleged experiments on explosives, despite a "constructive exchange."
The following are some of the report’s key findings.
Since January 20, 2014, Iran has:
- Not enriched uranium above the five percent level at its declared facilities
- Diluted 108.4kg of its 20 percent enriched uranium down to the five percent level
- Not made “any further advances” in its activities at the Fordow Fuel Enrichment Plant or Arak reactor
- Began converting 2720kg of five percent enriched uranium into uranium oxide
- Continued to provide daily access to enrichment facilities at Natanz and Fordow
- Provided regular access to centrifuge assembly workshops and centrifuge rotor production workshops and storage facilities
- Provided, for purposes of enhanced monitoring, plans for nuclear facilities, descriptions of their operations, and information on uranium mines and mills